Jason Gottlieb is a designer and educator inspired by the irreverent, satirical, and taboo, particularly when highlighting social justice issues. He has a passion for storytelling, games, and new technology and brings these passions into both his practice and pedagogy.

As faculty and Co-Director of MICA’s Graphic Design MFA program he established the department internationally as highly competitive in the fields of motion graphics, interaction, and game design. Jason has also taught at the Johns Hopkins' Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, the Corcoran College of Art + Design, and in MICA’s Interactive Arts and Graphic Design BFA, MA, and MFA departments. He is currently full time faculty in MICA’s undergraduate Graphic Design Program where he is perpetually inspired by his amazing students and colleagues.

His clients include: World Wildlife Fund, International Fund of Animal Welfare, Ocean Conservancy, Smithsonian, Hasbro, Coca-Cola, National Geographic. His work has been recognized by Communication Arts, Print, Step, GD, Graphis, AIGA, ADCMW, Adobe, and Core 77. He holds a B.F.A. from the Corcoran College of Art with a major in graphic design and digital media and an M.F.A. from Maryland Institute College of Art with a major in graphic design.