As well as contributing to numerous group exhibitions, Jason Waterhouse has been awarded with several art prizes (including the prestigious Moreland Sculpture Prize, and The Sculpture by the Sea’s Young Sculptors Prize), and has been recognized as a finalist for many more, including the Helen Lempriere Sculpture Prize, The Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture, and the McClelland Sculpture Prize. Jason Waterhouse has also had several solo exhibitions and perminant public works in Melbourne and Ballarat.
In 2009, after a number of years teaching in the Visual Arts at Swinburne University, Jason Waterhouse and his partner Magali Gentric founded the design space wolf at the door. In 2010 they followed this with Stockroom in Kyneton, a 1000sqm makers and artists complex which includes, a retail concept store, café, project spaces and 2 contemporary art galleries in the Central Highlands of Victoria.
Jason Waterhouse lives on a rural property in Central Victoria with his partner and three children.