Ross Jaynes is a media professional, creative specialist, and content creator, with an accomplished background in video and new media. Ross is the former Creative Media Manager for Columbia Power and Water Systems, creating and managing media content for CPWS. Ross’s video content and expertise extends not only to the Middle Tennessee as Executive Producer, Director, & Editor of 2015 NATOA’s 2nd best News Magazine Show under $300,000 ‘Maury County Now’ and ‘Page By Page’ but also nationally as Director and Editor for “The Right Place with Kevin Sport” on RFD-TV.
Ross is also the creator and curator of RossJaynes.com; a website and blog with personal work of video, photography, graphic & web design content as well as social media and new media trends. Ross’s photographic talent is regularly on display in various national and regional magazines and newspapers. Ross is a lifelong resident of Tennessee and currently serves as a member of the Columbia Arts Council, an Ambassador for Maury Alliance, former President for Columbia CARES, a former member of Generation Maury Steering Committee, a co-chair of A Classic Maury County Christmas tree lighting committee, Past Chair of Leadership Maury, a Breakfast Rotarian, and sits on several advisory councils for various boards and charities.
Please check out my YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/rsjyns
Specialties: Video Production, Media Consultation, Video Design, Video Editing, Non-Profit Video, Event Videography, Videography, Technical Troubleshooting, Corporate Video
Here’s an amazing home in downtown Columbia I had the opportunity to shoot recently! Let me help you tell your story better! Visit RossJaynes.com!
Columbia Noon Rotary and Columbia Breakfast Rotary teamed up for the Rotary Clubs of Columbia 4th of July Celebration! Here’s some photos and a live video of the event!
June 30th 2017 was my last day at Columbia Power and Water System (my main gig). I had planned this big unveil, a new brand, my new identity and yet it all failed. Around 5PM Friday, when all this was going to go live, I found out that my webserver had been hacked. Like most …