J.J. got his start in video production at the age of 16 when he met Allan Jay Garcia. Allan Jay allowed J.J. to come along and be a camera operator for his company, Triversity Video Productions.
For most of his high school and college career, J.J. spent his weekends at hotels, banquet halls, and resorts filming private events. As years progressed, J.J. worked on his skills in camera operating, editing, lighting and sound, always trying new techniques to make Triversity's quality stand out from the rest. Four years after J.J. joined the Triversity team, Allan began to focus on his nursing career and handed J.J. the keys to the video business.
It was business as usual for J.J. spending almost on average 30 weekends out of the year filming private events for clients all over California ranging from San Diego all the way up to San Francisco. Training his friends from high school, J.J. and his crew would have a great time event after event, filming peoples precious moments.
In 2006 J.J. received a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Radio, Television and Film from California State University, Fullerton. From there he applied his technical know how and his personable personality to the entertainment industry. J.J. has worked for some of the most biggest artists in the concert world and for ABC's longest running prime time show "Americas Funniest Home Videos." With 4 years of professional experience, J.J. has taken his talents and provided video services to the people his community as a freelance video producer.
With the freedom of being a freelance video professional, J.J. works heavily on directing, producing and sound reinforcement projects in his home town of Rowland Heights, California. Working primarily with students in the high school level, J.J. fosters professional techniques and work ethics and prepares students for a career in television and film.
Today, even though J.J.'s current success has brought him to DJ concerts and private events all over the world, he always goes back to where he started. There is something that draws him to set some time to take on video projects. He doesn't do it for the love of money (his pricing is the same in 1997 as it is today). He does it for the love of video.