Jason graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a BA in English in 2003. His highest profile writing job was publication in the Not For Tourists Boston guide in 2007. If you heeded his advice regarding the paucity of parking (pahking) in South Boston - you're welcome.
Jason has written 50 articles for WriterAccess. He's written about a wide variety of topics, such as:
- Nylon Pants
- An 1800-word toast for a best friend's wedding complete with good Jewish jokes
- How purchasing T-shirts causes world peace
Whatever your topic, Jason's writing will grab the reader's eyes and won't let go until every single word is absorbed. That sounds more aggressive than it should.
Informally (read: unpaid), Jason kept a Livejournal presence for several years that had a decent following. He's written programs and brochures for his former theatre company and entertained literally several dozens of peoples with his Dad blog, which has gone on a long hiatus when a second child increased the amount of work around the house by an old-age-inducing 4,000%.
Jason has contributed several jokes to Comedywire.com. One of them got SEVEN LIKES.
In 2014, Jason won an extremely prestigious writing contest at the blog Pan Kisses Kafka, for which he won $25 and wrote what might be his favourite line, which was the fake title of a university course, 'Krauthammer, Don't Hurt Em: Op-Ed Columns in the Age of Unreason.'