practice makes permanence

Bio & Resume


Sponsors & Partners :

Black Eagle Arrows 
Doinker Stabilizers
Axcel Sights & Scopes
T.R.U. Ball Archery
Predator's Archery Pro Shop
Conquest Archery
Matt Jong Photography | Partner


National Field Archery Association (NFAA)
United States Archery - Paralympic Team USA
State Archers of California
National Eagle Scout Association (NESA)  | Life Member
Smart & Final
Sons and Daughters of San Francisco
Association for the Study of Food & Society (ASFS)
Association for Asian American Studies (AAAS)


Jay, Jason C. "Foodways of the Visually-Impaired: Traversing the Blind Kitchen." ProQuest (April 2018). Print. 

Jay, Jason C. "Food Acculturation: An Overview of the Asian American Diet." Yellow Journal 20.1 (2014): 25-52. Print.


Jay, Jason. "Traversing the Blind Kitchen." Sense and Taste
Oxy Food Conference 2017

Public Talks and Outreach

Interview with Dr. Greg de St. Maurice and Dr. Beth M. Forrest for the Association for the Study of Food and Society Member Spotlight, September 2017,


All Power to the People Archive, 2013

Yellow Journal, SFSU 2014





Visually-Impaired archer, chef, eagle scout and scholar are a few of the words that capture Jason Jay. Whether analyzing current food trends, designing new culinary specialties, aiming his bow for gold, writing his break-through research paper at the University of the Pacific or roaming the streets of San Francisco with his guide cane, his determined outlook to never give up, adapt & excel can be summed up into his motto "practice makes permanence."