Jason Jensen, AIA, LEED AP, joined the firm in 2002. After gaining experience in New York City, he returned to St. Petersburg with a goal to innovate architecture for this generation in the Tampa Bay area.
Throughout his career, Jason has worked on a range of project types, styles, scales, and budgets. His work is highly awarded by various entities and recognized by a long roster of international media.
His thorough approach focuses on respecting the space and its intended use, relating the building to its site, and adding value with purposeful, thoughtful, memorable designs. Jason manages processes and communications to translate visions and desires of clients into cohesive plans and master plans.
A University of Florida graduate, Jason remains active with the UF School of Architecture as a guest critic and lecturer. He also has been a guest critic/lecturer at the University of South Florida, Pratt University, Urban Land Institute, and Green Building Council. Jason is a registered architect in Florida, a LEED Accredited Professional, and a member of the American Institute of Architects.
Fun fact: Jason’s classic car was cast to appear in an upcoming Bryan Cranston movie recently shot around Tampa Bay. His passion for beautiful, timeless auto design is yet another example of his “appreciation and ever-lasting desire to take part in designs that matter.”