Jason Lee Courson is a New York based Scenic and Projection Designer. His work as projection designer was recently seen on Broadway in RUBEN AND CLAY'S FIRST ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOW. In 2018 he was the projection designer for HALFTIME the Musical at Paper Mill Playhouse. In summer of 2017 he designed both scenery and projection for AMERIKE: THE GOLDEN LAND at the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbine. His projection designs were recently seen in Broadway in Chicago's production of GOTTA DANCE. His production design credits include films, “What Happens Next”, "Big Gay Musical", "Grind". Jason has designed multiple shows and events in New York Fashion Week including 10 years of “The Red Dress Collection” as well as iterations of Naomi Campbell’s “Fashion for Relief”. Projection and scenic design for BROADWAY BARES 2016 and 2017 as well as projection design for previous years. Assistant scenic designer for opening ceremonies of 2014 Sochi Olympics and 2015 European Games in Baku.
Jason was a partner in the firm Design-Contact as well as a staff designer for MJM Creative Services. Jason pursued studies at Valdosta State University, (GA) and holds a BFA and MFA in Scenic Design from the Design/Technology Conservatory Program, Purchase College (NY).