Eventually realizing that he needed to set himself apart from other concert pianists, he developed a sense of showmanship, often performing songs in concert upside-down and backwards, standing on the piano bench, and incorporating humor reminiscent of the late Victor Borge. Some of his fans affectionately call him "Schroeder" because of his signature toy piano.
When he isn't performing piano shows across North America under the moniker "America's Funniest Piano Player", Jason enjoys writing and recording rock, making modern remixes of classical pieces, and composing instrumental piano music in a minimalistic style. He is currently working on a handful of new alternative/indie rock tracks of original and covers, to be released later this year.
As an avid composer, Jason’s music has been heard on television and film including BMW, Ford, Childfund International commercials, The Dr. Oz Show, and the documentary film The Brick People. Jason also composed the score for the comedy short You Are What You Eat, which won him a Platinum Remi Award at the 2011 Houston International Film Festival (WorldFest).