Jason Dilworth has a BFA in Visual Communication from Weber State University, Ogden Utah and a MFA in Graphic Design from Virginia Commonwealth, Richmond, Virginia. He joined the department of Visual Arts and New Media as faculty in 2010 and teaches graphic design and typography. Informally educated in Deseret his art and practice reflect a love of geology, history, ecology, mythology, mysticism, conceptual, performance, and folk arts. Drawing from a rich cabinet of curiosity his work transverses a serpentine line between the mundane and the willowwacks. Jason has been actively engaged with Project M both as a participant and advisor including: Pizza Farm (2009), Think Wrong Workshops at a Better World by Design (2009), Project M Frankfurt (2010), Alabamboo: Make and Ride (2011). He is an advocate for the 12mph national speed limit.