Jason Ellis has been practicing architecture in Sacramento since 1996 after receiving his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon. Jason brings to the firm an outstanding portfolio of award-winning projects in educational and institutional design, after honing his design, technical, and leadership skills with 20 years of experience at the largest architecture firm in Sacramento. Among Jason’s high-profile, AIA award-winning projects are the Sacramento River Water Intake Structure, Modesto Junior College Science Community Center, Mission College Student Engagement Center/Gillmor Center, and the Soil Born Farms Culinary Center and Amphitheater. He approaches each project from the client's perspective to design solutions that accomplish their goals effectively and inventively. Jason is a professor and department head at the Cosumnes River College Architecture Department, and enjoys teaching and mentoring the next generation of architects.