Jason founded Made In Space in 2010 as a result of analyzing the best possible approaches to enabling a fully sustainable form of space colonization. With a core focus on space manufacturing, the company has since built, flown, and operated the first 3D printer in space. Installed on the International Space Station, the Made In Space Zero-Gravity 3D printer began space manufacturing in November, 2014. Jason serves as the Chief Technology Officer, overseeing the technical program management on projects and development of the technology roadmap for the company.
Jason holds two degrees in Aerospace engineering, has studied at the Singularity University Graduate Summer Program, and is an internationally recognized speaker on the topics of space exploration and the theory of disruption. In 2014, Jason and his three co-founders were recognized by Forbes on the prestigious 30 under 30 list for manufacturing.