This is spectacular, my artsy friend just showed me this and I’m awestruck! Jason is a man whose collected many experiences in his life, as a child he lived in various places, one of those being Malaysia where he discovered his passion for the underwater microcosms of the coral reefs. This passion was fostered in his later years leading him to become a scuba diving instructor in various parts of the globe, from this work outlook he became interested in underwater conservation, naturalism and photography.
Story doesn’t end there, as a teen he realized the relationship between the environment and art as he spent his days tagging the city walls with his graffiti, the made him focus his art onto public spaces. In 1998 he graduated from the London Institute of Arts, with a B.A. Honours in Sculpture and Ceramics.
He later learned traditional stone carving techniques from the Canterbury Cathedral located in the UK. He worked on set designs and concert installations which gave him go know how on the functioning of cranes, logistics, and major projects on a grand scale.
It seems as though he followed his bliss and discovered this amazing trail to follow, which ultimately lead to the creations you see below. Sculptured mesocosms which depict human interactions. Bravo. If you want to see more, and i assure you there is so so much more, check out his site!