Jackson studied Sculpture and Ceramics at Lane Community College and has a Bachelor of Arts in art from University of Oregon in his home town of Eugene, Oregon. Jackson also holds a Masters in Interactive Telecommunications from New York University’s the Tish School of the Arts ITP program. Employed as an Instructional Designer for Hofstra, Jackson has worked to integrate emerging technology into the classroom by collaborating with forward thinking faculty. He is also a Professor for Hofstra’s Lawrence Herbert School of Communications (intro to digital media), and School of Engineering and Applied Science (intro to 3D printing).

Jackson’s work at Brooklyn Research focuses on interactive and traditional art as well as Unity 3D and Virtual Reality/Human Computer Interaction experimentation.