Jason Azar is a designer and researcher in Austin, TX. His expertise is in the fields of wayfinding and environmental graphic design, cartography, planning, and urban design.
He is an experiential graphic designer at Page Southerland Page. He previously worked as a designer at TBG Partners in Austin, Texas, an information designer and researcher at City-ID in New York City, and as an archival intern and gallery curator at Ford, Powell and Carson Architects and Planners in San Antonio, TX.
Jason received his masters Summa Cum Laude in Design and Urban Ecologies from the Parsons School of Design in New York City, where his coursework and research revolved around community-based urban design, cartography, and urban policy. His thesis was centered around alternative design methods to rehabilitating former industrial sites as community-wealth building institutions in the city of San Antonio, TX. Prior to Parsons, Jason graduated Magna Cum Laude from Trinity University with degrees in Urban Studies and Art History.
Jason is originally from El Paso, Texas and now calls Austin, Texas home.