Jason was most recently named to Adweek's "Creative 100." In 2015, Business Insider included him in their "30 Most Creative People in Advertising" list. His work has been included in Ad Age's “Top Work of the Past 20 Years.” He’s earned Adweek's “Top Interactive Idea of the Year,” and his work has been cited by the Wall Street Journal as one of the “Best Campaigns” of the year.
Currently, Jason is the Chief Creative Officer of Huge. Based in Brooklyn, Jason leads a global team helping clients capitalize on the disruptive forces reshaping modern marketing. In 2016, he led the launch of the country's number one peer-to-peer payment app for the nation's largest banks. In 2017, he helped launch Huge’s first national television campaign. In 2018, the agency made its Super Bowl debut with a spot staring Keegan-Michael key earning a #6 ranking from Ad Age. He also helped Huge win its first D&AD pencil and design and mobile Cannes Lions.
Previously, Jason was Group ECD/Managing Director at Havas New York, where he revitalized the agency's creative reputation and culture. Along the way, he led Havas to their first double Webby win, the network's first Cannes Innovation Lion, their best year at Cannes, Clios and their first gold One Show pencil in over five years. Jason's efforts also led to an invitation to create work for President Obama's startup – the United States Digital Service.
Jason joined Havas Worldwide from Anomaly New York, where he led the Google X business, helping turn Google into the agency’s largest account. Prior to that, he was the first senior creative hire at the innovation accelerator Co:Collective, where he helped guide the widely acclaimed relaunch of USA Today and collaborated on the launch of Google+. Before joining Co:Collective, Jason served as Creative Director at BBDO, working directly with GE's Global CMO to lead digital marketing efforts for the brand. Prior to BBDO, Jason had the opportunity to work under Gerry Graf at Saatchi & Saatchi.
Jason's work has been featured in most mainstream news outlets including Wired, The New York Times, Newsweek, ESPN, CNN, BBC, Forbes, Fast Company, USA Today, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, and National Public Radio. His work has also been covered in two books on the topic of integrated advertising.
He has judged award shows, given talks at Web Summit, Internet Week, Advertising Week, the One Club and the Art Director's Club of New York. As an engaged citizen, Jason partners with several organizations helping to promote diversity and inclusion within the advertising community.