Jason Swain's pursuit of a film career took root at age 19, when he left the mail room at the NBC headquarters in New York and headed to Atlanta, Georgia. Swain first learned how to Direct and edit while attending Clark Atlanta University (CAU). He received a Kodak Film Stock Grant after being named overall winner in the Atlanta Film festival at Clark for his first film “Down 4 Whatever”.
Swain is Executive Director at The Dirk Swain Foundation’s “Makin’ Room At The Top” (MRATT) Youth Film/TV/Stage Program. In addition to his film and tv projects, Swain Directs & Produces a Monthly Show in Hollywood called the "48 Hour Stage Show". Within 2 days, a group of fearless writers and actors come together to produce original plays in front of an Audience.
Unique traits: Computer tech, Video Editor