Born in Durham and currently living in London, Jason is a music graduate of Royal Holloway where he achieved a First-Class Honours degree and started the octet ‘Voce Nova’. 
Jason first studied piano with Barry Maleham, followed by Antonietta Notariello and Eleanor Hodgkinson. He studied voice with Jennifer Lilleystone as a treble, and later as a bass, with Stuart MacIntyre. Jason has enjoyed various roles as a choral scholar following his time as a chorister at the Chapel Royal, St. James’s Palace, where his love for singing began. 
In 2022/23, Jason became a Fellow of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain (NYCGB), participating in a programme for emerging choral leaders, performers, and educators. Later that year, Jason became a conducting scholar with Sing for Pleaure (SfP), a fully funded training programme for young choral conductors. 
He is currently a singer at Holy Trinity Sloane Square under Max Barley, and teaches music at a secondary school, combined with private piano teaching and work as a singer and accompanist. Alongside his musical pursuits, Jason is a football coach for AFC Wimbledon Foundation (AFCWF).