T. Jason Anderson

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T Jason Anderson is an Associate Professor at California College of the Arts, where he has taught courses in Architectural Design, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, since 2006. His academic research and his professional practice, studioAnomalous (sA), investigates the overlap of video game engines and architecture to inform the design process and offer new conditions of simultaneity, experience and interrelation. sA not only acts as consultants on larger projects exploring AR/VR/MR potentials, but also produces independent freestanding applications for projects in the realms of art, architecture, entertainment and finance.

Jason earned a B.A. in Architecture from UC Berkeley and worked in San Francisco before relocating to New York City. After receiving his M.Arch degree from Columbia University, Jason explored New York City through a series of professional engagements that ranged from a video game startup to animation and print development. During this time, he also taught design related classes with an emphasis on technology within both the graduate and undergraduate departments of Columbia University, Parsons School of Design, and Pratt Institute. 

Over the past 20 years, Jason has been exploring 49 of the 50 states making up the US environmental fabric with his motorcycles, seeking to understand the constantly evolving cultural and built landscapes across the states. His most recent trips tackled the southwestern and southern states, a healthy dose of snow, a wide expanse of desert, and a delicious sampling of bourbon.

Associate Professor, Architecture


BA, Architecture, University of California, Berkeley; MArch, Columbia University

Website: studioano.com