Jerry Jones is a video producer based in Colorado, USA. His award-winning work has taken him to approximately 60 countries around the globe.
Projects have included short documentaries on: the war-devastated children of Sierra Leone, West Africa; Palestinian refugee's in Gaza; child sex trafficking and slavery in Cambodia; Iraqi refugee's in Jordan; Bedouin life in Lebanon; AIDS in Ethiopia; abandoned babies in Kenya; AIDS orphans in Zambia; Water wells in Mozambique; realities of children living in Central American garbage dumps; ancient tribal life in India; and street children in Nepal.
He also was the producer of a Wild Horse documentary for national broadcast in Germany and France. And he assisted in a PBS documentary on Giraffes ("Tall Blondes").
His passion is "to unleash the power of stories to impact the world." Much of his filming is done for faith-based Humanitarian agencies.
His company, J. David Jones Productions, has been honored to receive several international awards, including three Telly Awards, four Aurora Awards and a Genesis Award (presented in Hollywood and aired on national TV).
He is a graduate of The University of Tulsa with a BA in Communications/Advertising-Public Relations.
Name: Jerry David Jones
Lives in: Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Occupation: Camera Operator, Director, Editor, Line Producer, Location Scout, Post-Production Coordinator, Post-Production Supervisor, Producer, Production Assistant, Production Manager and Screenwriter