Jason leads the New York creative department and oversees creative output. Having helped birth some of the agency’s most talked about and innovative work, he was recently named one of Business Insider’s ‘30 Most Creative People in Advertising 2015.’ His work has been included in Ad Age’s “Top Work of the Past 20 Years.” He’s also earned Creativity magazine’s “Top Interactive Idea of the Year,” and his work has been cited by The Wall Street Journal as one of the “Best Campaigns” of the year. Businessweek also credited him with having one of the “Top Web Ideas of the Year.” He’s helped win the agency over 18 creative awards this year alone, including the network’s first Cannes Innovation Lion.
Jason joined Havas from Anomaly New York, where he led the Google business and helped turn Google into the agency’s largest account. Prior to that, he was the first senior creative hire at the innovation accelerator co:collective, where he led the widely acclaimed relaunch of USA Today and collaborated on the launch of Google+. Jason has also held creative leadership roles at BBDO and Saatchi. His success started early in his career, when he was the key architect behind Audi’s widely awarded integrated campaign “The Art of the Heist.”