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This avid cyclist and enthusiastic businessman gets in gear with good friends and family, simple indulgences, and a spunky sidekick
“The Week is my bible,” he says of this weekly magazine that features articles from U.S. and international media.
“There are bikes everywhere in my house. I got into cycling via a running injury that took me to the pool, all of which led to triathlons.”
"We bought this French 18th-century hand-painted bathtub in an antiques store in Washington, D.C."
“No one really knows my brother, Jon, as an artist except for me, but he’s always been into art. I love his painting of Woody Guthrie.”
For a while, Jason took pottery classes with some friends. “I made these pieces to be functional, though it seems I break one on a bimonthly rate.”
Jason admits that Jamie has more style than he does. “He gets cold, so he’s got his own wardrobe—some jackets, sweaters, and running clothes.”
“My dad is into garden gnomes and lawn ornaments, and he found this silly tree face for me. It adds a little humor to a yard that’s in need of both character and grass.”
Top Notes: “I listen to a lot of music around the house—in heavy rotation are JJ Cale, John Prine, and throwback Tom Petty,” says Jason, a self-dubbed “shuffle” person.
Stepping Out: “I don’t like to shop—I don’t have the patience for it—but if I had to go, I’d buy shoes.”
Dinner Dash: Jason grocery shops daily. “I don’t like planning in advance what I’m going to eat for the entire week.”