is the founder, product designer and principal of Lost Luggage. He started the company in 1993 with a passion to design and produce custom portfolios and presentation cases for patrons who are searching for high quality and artistry.
He's inspired by the attention to detail in handcrafted objects and believes that craftsmanship of this kind is a "lost art" and should be cherished in a time when commercialization and mass marketing have become the norm.
Born in New York City and raised in Pittsburgh, Jason has been surrounded with industrialism and technology for most of his life, which can be easily seen in the products created at Lost Luggage.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from American University in Washington DC in 1992, with a major in Design and an emphasis in Photography and Art History. Jason's natural appreciation for how things are artfully constructed inspired him to explore the ways of industrial design and three-dimensional construction.