Jayson's art has been shown in several community centers, museums, libraries, parks, universities, Artserve in Fort Lauderdale, Stage 84, The SOHO Gallery for Digital Art in NYC and the Philadelphia Zoo. He has donated artwork to several charities, including a 12" X 12" canvas to the Friendship Circle of Fort Lauderdale and a framed 8.5" X 11" colored pencil drawing to Project Lifesaver, to be auctioned for fundraising. He also donated three 4' X 4' golf targets for the Autism Society of Broward children's golf program and created a logo for them. Aside from volunteering for the Young at Art Children's Museum and participating in their Comic Convention for three years in a row, Jay has volunteered as an assistant art teacher at the DPJCC and the Plantation Community Center. He also created a team called Jayson's Giants to raise $1,000 for Autism Speaks and participated in the Inspiration Runway Fashion show to raise funds for the Center for Independent Living. He's been recognized for his community efforts and work in the arts in the Our City Weston and the Weston Lifestyle magazines. He was also honored as a Powerful Kid semi-finalist by the Chris Evert Children's Hospital and has volunteered at the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital, drawing cartoons for young patients. He has impressed some of his heroes with his cartoons, including Derek Jeter, Geddy Lee, and the Disney Animator, Albert Baruch. He's been published several times in Virge magazine as well as Asperkids: Not your average coloring book and Uncommon Minds. He was an extra in the movie "Rock of Ages". His other interests include creating videos and music on the computer, and playing bass and electric guitar.