NURSE | LEADER | PHOTOGRAPHER | SOLDIER | EXPLORER
JASON MUISE IS A PROFESSIONAL ADVENTURER AND THE FOUNDER OF THE TACOMA EXPEDITION COMPANY. JASON CURRENTLY SERVES AS AN EMERGENCY-TRAUMA NURSE IN THE U.S. ARMY. HONING HIS SKILLCRAFT FROM A YOUNG AGE, JASON GREW UP IN THE OUTDOORS EXPLORING AND PHOTOGRAPHING THE MOUNTAINS OF THE SOUTHEAST. JASON HAS PURSUED FORMAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN MEDICINE, SEARCH & RESCUE, MOUNTAINEERING, AND OTHER WILDERNESS SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES FOR MORE THAN 10 YEARS. JASON CALLS THE STATE OF WASHINGTON BOTH HIS HOME AND HIS PLAYGROUND.
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Jason graduated from the Academy of Wilderness Medicine's Fellowship program and also received his UIAA Diploma in Mountain Medicine, a coveted international rescue certification.
South to North
In a mere six months, Jason served as the Expedition Medical Officer for Expeditions to Argentina and Alaska, responsible for all aspects of health and safety.
American Alpine Institute
In 2015 Jason traveled to Ecuador under the tutelage of AAI Guide Jeremy Devine to begin training in Alpinism. Jason continued this partnership with Jeremy training in the North Cascades.
In 2007 Jason began the lifelong process of training to be a professional Soldier. This training has served Jason well in the Deserts, Jungles, Mountains, and Forests of the world. From small team leadership to large organization logistics Jason has experience in all facets of Expedition Planning and Execution.
A New Mentorship
Under the close guidance and mentorship of Army Ranger Jon McClean, Jason embarked on his apprenticeship as an adventure photographer. Rambling across the mountains, lakes, and oceans of the southeast Jason built his style and rhythm coexisting with a camera in the outdoors.
A Lifetime of Training
From an early age, Jason was raised in the outdoors. Participating in scouts, Jason's father provided a unique mentorship that only a veteran Marine Operator could instill.