Jayson Jimenez has been specializing in production since 1994. While studying film at Hunter College, Jayson freelanced for a number of production companies. Acquiring a number of skills ranging from directing and producing to cinematography and editing. Throughout his career, Jayson has worked on projects exclusively with Viacom, Goldman Sachs, Thomson-Reuters, Lifetime, A&E, Diversity Inc, Clear Channel and many others. In 2004, Jayson went on to start his own production company in New York City’s Flatiron District. Preserving the excellent relationships he’s built with his clients, Jayson has dedicated his company to working closely with the social elite and documenting their personal events around the world (client lists available upon request). At the moment, Jayson is developing two documentaries and collaborating with producers on a number of pilots for television. "Oro Macht Frei" (working title), a historical film about the extortion of thousands of Italian Jews for gold during the end of WWII, is currently in post-production. The second documentary is in pre-production and is a biography of an iconic and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Disc Jockey that is considered to be one of the founding fathers of Hip-Hop. As versatile as he has proven to be, Jayson's true passion is for documentary filmmaking. Understanding the impact that this medium has, Jayson Jimenez is dedicated to perfecting his craft in the art of storytelling.