“[A]fter everyone I know is asleep, I go into my studio to make stuff. I'm extremely independent — so independent, as a matter of fact, that I once started a newspaper called "The Independent" -- so having my own space is important.”
Jason Watkins grew up on a ranch in rural New Mexico, where the tallest building was only two stories and there was only one elevator in town. Despite that, or probably because of it, he has had a lifelong fascination with cities, with architecture, and with how people live together. After practicing print journalism for 17 years, he’s now “retired” and spends his time teaching design and drawing highly detailed works of art.
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