Jason Crossman /

Jason Crossman PolaroidJason Crossman is an Emmy award-winning graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University and Watkins Film School. He has been crafting films and videos going on fifteen years and has worked on over 35 short films, three features, numerous music videos, commercials, TV shows and promotional pieces. He has served as the Director of The Dave Ramsey Video Channel for almost two years and his videos have appeared on AOL, People TV, E!, CMT, Cinemax, Fox, and GAC.

Jason is a visionary. His enthusiasm for creativity is contagious and he is always looking for solutions to problems and determining new ways to overcome them. His ability to bring talented people together time and again has enabled him to complete numerous award-winning projects.

Throughout his career Jason has worked on projects with artists like: Carrie Underwood, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Jake Owen, Trace Adkins, Miranda Lambert, Lady Antebellum, Ruben Studdard, Jodie Messina, Sarah Evans, Ryan Adams, Lily Kennex, and more. In addition, he loves to use his talents to help others. He has been to over 35 countries on four continents and has worked with organizations like World Vision, Visiting Orphans and the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation. He volunteered time and taught film workshops in Chile, Peru and the US.

Jason is currently developing three short films, writing two feature length screenplays, and a book.

Jason’s Awards Include:

Emmy Award in January 2014 for The Dave Ramsey Show • “Stolen” Short film featured in Kodak Cinematography magazine •”The Silence” Short film won 48 Hour Film Festival’s National first place for cinematography • “Fall” Clay Walker’s video made #1 on CMT’s top 20 countdown • “Teach Me Bass Guitar” Telly Award, and Aegis Award • “Bring That Child To Me” Lorraine Heartsook, 2006 Awarded International Music DVD Of The Year (UCMVA) U.S • “Fundamentals of Swimming DVD” Multi-Telly Award Winning •”Change the World” Best Dance Music Video LA Music Festival • “Change the World” Best video under $10,000.00 Indie Music Awards LA • “Henceforth” Poem published in Sketches of the soul.





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