Looking for a wiki on Jason Pohl? He is an American TV star and bike designer. He is the lead designer at Orange County Choppers (OCC). Read on to find out more about him, his wife, salary and his net worth.
Jason Pohl Wiki: Short bio
Jason Pohl was born on July 1, 1981, in Mendota, Illinois. He had planned to join the U.S. Marine Corps after completing high school. But he changed his decision after receiving the August Holland Scholarship. He graduated from the Illinois Institute of the Arts with a degree in Fine Arts. He is now the lead designer at OCC and before that he worked at Incredible Technologies, a video game company.
As a bike designer, machinist, drawer, painter and TV star Jason Pohl has a net worth of 500 thousand dollars today. Jason Pohl married Krystle Goodman in the year 2010. Together they have two sons Maxton and Kipton.
He first began working for Incredible Technologies where he worked on various video games. He was the Artist/Animator for a pinball game that had been commissioned by Orange County Choppers and featured a number of choppers.
Impressed the Orange County Choppers offered him to design for them full time. He has been the Lead Designer at OCC since 2004. Orange County Choppers is the subject of the popular reality series, “American Chopper,” and its spin-off, “American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior” which Jason Pohl has been a part of.
Mr. Pohl’s primary job at OCC is to take two-dimensional drawings and convert the ideas into three-dimensional plans. But what he does is more intricate than that, it involves research and development, conceptual sketching, 3D modeling, and photorealistic rendering of design ideas. And once client-approved designs are ready for fabrication, Pohl moves on to the CNC programming and machining of the unique, complex components that comprise a one-of-a-kind bike from Orange County Choppers (OCC).
What is Jason Pohl doing today?
Paul Teutul Sr. and Jason Pohl along with their team have started a parts line. They are going to produce bolt-on Harley Davidson parts that anyone can buy. And enjoying his life with his wife and kids.
Its a BOY!!! Maxton Gabriel Pohl. 7lbs.9oz. 20" pic.twitter.com/Uk9SB8glTE
— Jason Pohl (@JasonPohlOCC) August 23, 2014