Jason has been part of Transition Engineering since early 2011. As Lead Engineer, he is involved with all aspects of product and process development and mentoring new engineers and technicians. From turning initial ideation sketches into 3D CAD models and those CAD models into physical parts, whether they be molded or machined, Jason’s multifaceted skill set makes him a valued member of our team.
Jason’s diverse background includes aluminum sheet metal design and fabrication, welding, manual and CNC machining, and experience with various plumbing and electrical systems. With composite, marine, and automotive industry experience, Jason’s background allows him to bring a fresh and welcomed perspective to many of the challenges encountered in new product and process development.
Jason holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology and Vehicle Design from Western Washington University. While at Western, Jason was heavily involved with the University’s Vehicle Research Institute and was captain of their SAE Mini Baja team for two years.
A native of Bellingham, Washington, Jason enjoys spending his free time on various home renovation and urban farming projects. When he’s not digging in the dirt or covered in sawdust, Jason can be found camping in the San Juan Islands and chasing after the wily and ever elusive Chinook salmon.