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Jason Williams


Jason Williams is the President and co-founder of JWM Productions, LLC. His multiple Emmy Award-winning work has been seen on numerous broadcast, cable and satellite outlets around the world, including the History Channel, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, TLC, BBC, CBS, UK Channel 4, CNN, NBC, PBS, and TBS to name a few. Working on such diverse subjects as natural history, anthropology, current affairs, ancient history and marine technology, Jason's productions have taken him to thirty different countries spanning six continents.

Before founding JWM Productions with Bill Morgan in 1996, Jason was Vice-President of Development & Production for Time-Life Video & Television and Executive Producer of the Emmy Award-winning series Submarines: Sharks of Steel. He was also the Executive in Charge of Production of the CBS reality-based entertainment series, Fantastic Facts, and a live-action children's natural history series, co-produced with the BBC, Growing Up Wild. Before joining Time-Life, Jason was the Senior Producer for TBS Productions. In this role he oversaw the production of such award-winning series as The Trials of Life and National Geographic Explorer.

Jason is a British citizen who resides permanently in the United States, having graduated from Sussex University and NYU.

Bill Morgan


Bill Morgan is the Managing Director and co-founder of JWM Productions, a multiple-Emmy-award winning television production and communications company based in Takoma Park, MD. Since its inception in 1996, JWM has produced over 120 hours of programming for a variety of clients, including The Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel, Time-Life, National Geographic, The Readers Digest, CNN, and NBC.

Bill Morgan's prior work experience was gained in The National Geographic Society's television division, first as a business affairs coordinator and then as a production manager. While at National Geographic, he worked on over 100 segments for National Geographic Explorer for TBS and on National Geographic Specials for PBS and NBC.

Bill graduated in 1986 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a BA in English and Radio/Television/Motion Picture studies.