Meet Jason Bennett. Born in Syracuse, New York and raised in Tampa Florida from the age of three, Jason only wanted to be three things when he was growing up: first, an Animator, second, an Archaeologist, finally, an Architect. After graduating from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor Degree in Environmental Design, Jason completed his Master’s in Architecture from the University of Texas at Arlington. Read below for more about Jason!

  1. I was married in a hurricane to my high school sweetheart. The limo and photographer cancelled. We found a replacement photographer but decided to not take a lot of outdoor photos.
  2. I was a long haired skater in high school, complete with chain wallet.
  3. I have two adopted siblings. They’re 6 and 7 years younger than I and still live in Florida.
  4. I spent five years teaching architecture at Trimble Tech High School in Fort Worth.
  5. I rebuilt a 1967 Mustang with my father for my first car.
  6. I can juggle. I stick to blunt objects though.
  7. I speak some Spanish thanks to fun fact number 4.
  8. I had the honor of breaking ground of the A&M Bonfire Memorial for the family of Christopher Breen, former member of my squadron.
  9. I have used a 1947 Caterpillar bulldozer to clear pastures at my in-laws farm.
  10. I was a cadet in the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M University. Whoop!