Jason in an experienced and enthusiastic Unified Comms and AV specialist. He’s a problem solver and driven to provide the best possible solution for his clients.
Jason grew up in Basingstoke and gained an HND in Business & Finance at Sunderland University before embarking on a career in communications. Jason gained the majority of his experience in the world of unified comms and has also worked in events and direct marketing. Jason left the world of telecoms this year and has joined the TenAV team. It’s an exciting and innovative market place and one that give him the opportunity to expand his knowledge and continue to provide top quality advice and service.
I’m Jason, I’m 44 years old and from the sleepy village of Overton in Hampshire. I graduated from University back in 1995 with an HND in business and finance and since then have been working in the events and telecoms industries.
Making a move into the world of audio visual was a natural progression from telecoms. As the way we use technology evolves, I aim to be part of the change, advising on the best ways to embrace the world of AV and making sure my customers benefit from the highest possible standards of design, delivery and support for their changing office environments.
My favourite place to visit is Walt Disney World. I’m a bit of an addict when it comes to Disney and make sure to visit Florida as often as possible to ‘feel the magic’. What could be better than hurtling around a rollercoaster in the Florida sunshine with the whole family screaming and laughing together? The last couple of years has sadly been Disney free but I’ll be back in Easter 2022 and can’t wait!
If I could meet anyone dead or alive it would have to be Walt Disney (the legend himself). I’d love to talk to him about his original ideas for Disney Land and understand the motivation of a man who almost singlehandedly changed the face of the leisure industry throughout the world.
My perfect Friday night would be the overnight flight from Gatwick to Orlando. There’s little in this world that’s more exiting than getting the family together and embarking on what is guaranteed to be a week or two of great fun for us all.