JCW Productions is able to formalate the perfect concept and bring it to completion. Whether it is a TV Commercial or a Promotional Video, we have you covered.
For all of our websites, we take the time to develop the best design for your business, so you can provide a unique and memorable experience for your customers.
We want each of our clients to find their unique visual identity. From logos and business cards to product design and print advertisements, we give clients the image they've always wanted.
Having great photos is very important for any business. JCW Productions can take the perfect portrait or cover any event your company holds.
You need a well-rounded strategy in order to separate yourself from your competition. With our experience, we are able to bring unique insights to competition and reaching your customers.
Through all of our services, we bring it all together. JCW Produtcions combines your website, videos, photos and social media to make your brand consistent across all platforms.
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“To deliver high-quality creative services and progress our clients in an innovative and transparent environment.”
JCW Productions began November 24, 2005 in Memphis, Tennessee, when John Christian Williams recorded the first basketball game at St. George’s. John saw a demand for game films after Coach Jeff Ruffin asked him to record the games for coaches’ film and soon the parents of the team asked for copies. Just months later, Jeff Ruffin married his wife Karen and the couple asked John, at age 13, to film their wedding. For the rest of his career at St. George’s, John filmed hundreds of basketball, football and soccer games as well as many school programs, plays and other events. John began broadcasting the St. George’s basketball games and was highlighted in a Sports Illustrated article in 2009 as being one of the first to broadcast high school sporting events on the internet. John produced highlight videos for athletes looking to play in college and well as producing marketing and promotional videos for schools and other organizations.
In 2010, John moved JCW Productions to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, when he attended the school of Mass Communication at LSU and became a student videographer for the LSU Football program. John traveled all over south Louisiana filming weddings and producing commercials and marketing videos for small businesses. In 2013, JCW Productions moved into its current location at 1284 Perkins Road in the heart of the Baton Rouge Garden District. At its current location, JCW Productions is complete with an 800-square-foot studio, a sound booth, conference room and offices.
Founder & CEO
"I was in the 6th grade when I realized I wanted to spend my life capturing the world through my lens. In 2005, I spent the summer mowing lawns to save up for a camera. The head basketball coach at my school, St. George’s, asked me to film the team’s games. I jumped at the opportunity and in 2005 I filmed the first wedding and began what is today known as JCW Productions.
"In 2010, I moved to Baton Rouge and attended LSU as a student videographer for the football team. I filmed every practice and game for coaches review. While at LSU, I began to produce commercials and film even more weddings. I bought our current studio in June of 2013 and I graduated in Broadcast Journalism just a couple of months later.
"I spend every day loving what I do and I have passion for capturing our world on film. I have filmed hundreds of weddings, produced commercials, directed television shows and filmed more snaps of football than anyone should. Most importantly, I have met numerous people getting to do what love and for that I have the best job in the world!"
"I am a native of Baton Rouge and attended Catholic High School here in Baton Rouge. At age 18, I started building websites for local businesses in Baton Rouge. One year later, I opened my third business focusing on not only website design, but also online marketing. While running my marketing business, I met John Christian and began shooting and editing video at JCW Productions.
"In April of 2014, I joined the JCW Productions team full-time as Vice President of Marketing bringing website design and online marketing to the team. I enjoy coming to work everyday to develop new marketing strategies to help our clients grow."
"After being interested in visual arts throughout my entire life, my interest in advertising began my second semester of college after walking through the Journalism Building at LSU and immediately knowing I wanted to be a part of what was going on there. I found a way to fuse both my love for art and my new-found interest in advertising though the Manship School.
"As a native of Baton Rouge and attending St. Joseph’s Academy, I grew up watching local businesses’ advertising evolve and after interning with JCW Productions I saw that I could have a hand in making the changes I had been watching for so long. The ever-changing nature of the advertising and social media world keeps me excited and passionate about the work I do everyday. I love coming to work knowing I get to post social updates that will keep users engaged and create the visuals that bring our clients to new heights."
"Born and raised in Denham Springs, South Louisiana has truly shaped me into the person I am today. I’m an aunt to four of the sweetest kids in the world and part of a family I’m so proud and thankful for. Following in the footsteps of my parents and siblings, it wasn’t hard to decide where to attend college. I began LSU in 2010 and graduated in 2013 with a degree in Public Relations and Film.
"My interest in videography began when I was 15 years old making home videos for my very funny and unpredictable family. Little did I know that was the start of something I’d be doing for the rest of my life. My love for filmmaking grew throughout high school and college, but it wasn't until documenting the birth of my first nephew in 2011 that I realized the impact a video can have. And so began my passion for capturing special moments on video and allowing people to re-live some of life's happiest moments."
“Art has always been a huge part of my life, whether it was drawing little smiley faces all over everything when I was little, doodling in the corners of my notebooks in school, or painting and sculpting in my spare time during and after college. From a very young age I knew that I wanted to have a career that allowed me to express my artistic abilities. In high school, at St. Joseph’s Academy, my love for drawing and painting really started to grow. It was then that I started to realize how seamlessly technology and art could work together and bring imaginations to life. When I first heard about graphic design I realized right away that it was the perfect career path for me. Once I was accepted into the College of Art and Design at LSU I quickly developed a passion for typography, illustration, color schemes and paper samples.
“After college, I worked as an intern for Louisiana Public Broadcasting. It was there that I developed an interest in motion graphics and sought to learn all I could while I was there. Later, I became fixated on the idea of working for myself as a freelance graphic designer. After months of hard work I was able to maintain a decent size client list along with a steady workflow. It was through freelancing that I became acquainted with JCW Productions. When I was offered the opportunity to work with a small group of creative people while still doing what I love, I jumped right on board. JCW Productions provides me with the opportunity to be as creative as possible and design within a multitude of media such as print, motion graphics, and web. The possibilities are endless here.”
"The team may never know, but no idea was ever run through this business that I did not first approve. On the days that I am not asleep on the couch, I manage the entire team here at JCW Productions. After all, without me, this place would never be productive. I have a passion for chasing squirrels when I am not slapping the clapper at our shoots or putting the final shadows on our design work. John thinks I am his dog, but he is actually my human.
"If I could speak, I could solve all of your problems. But silence, much like patience, is a virtue."