Texas born, award winning, producer Greg Jennings received his BS in Radio/TV/Film with Minors in Photography and Communications from the University of North Texas in 1998. After his final semester studying film in Dublin, Ireland, Greg jumped right into video production at Primedia WPL. He quickly moved from a PA to producer tuning his art to help train firefighters nationwide on the Fire and Emergency Training Network. He was recognized for his work with 7 Telly Awards in as many years.
The next four years were spent with private productions including one of the first on-line live TV networks, WTV. As Senior Producer of both, he helped develop a brand, look, and sound from scratch for each company. Greg then took a bite out of network TV as a field producer on CMT’s reality show Gator 911, where the host captured alligators by hand. Since then, he has been a freelance producer for both film and TV. Working on diverse productions including marketing videos for several companies and the University of Texas at Dallas, working on shows and cooking shows around the US and internationally, and a documentary filmed on location in Moscow, Russia.
Most recently he received a Lonestar Emmy award for his work on a short documentary Remembrance Rescue Project Reception and has been creating show ideas for network TV. He states that his work ethic resembles that of the firefighters he worked with. It is just a get it done attitude. There’s no ‘we can’t do that’ only ‘how are we going to make it happen’. Having this grit has allowed him to produce interviews with people such as President George Bush and Bill Parcels, execute productions feet from live gators and roaring flames, and re-producing an entire show in one day after landing in Edinburgh, Scotland having had his locations unexpectedly unavailable.
As an Eagle Scout, Greg has always made a conscious decision to work on projects that help others and have a good heart. In every production he uses his creativity to entertain, educate, and hopefully make someone’s life a little better.