Jason Marraccini graduated from Boston University’s College of Communication in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in Film and Television Production. He has worked on both a full-time and freelance basis in the industry as an editor, post-production supervisor, sound designer, audio mixer, producer and 1st Assistant Director.
After living and working in Boston for 8 years he returned to his hometown of Atlanta to found ECG Productions with long-time friend and collaborator Trey Gregory.
Since launching in 2007 they have taken the company from an unknown startup to one of the premier sources for video production services in the Atlanta market, creating content for clients all over the globe, including Delta Airlines, The Arthur Blank Foundation, Mercedes-Benz, The Travel Channel, Saab, Verizon Wireless, Kimberly-Clark, UPS, Coca-Cola, Aflac, Netgear, Maker’s Mark, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Resurgens Orthopaedics, and General Electric.
Jason has served as lead editor and sound designer on 5 short films, 4 features, numerous commercials and over 200 episodes of broadcast television. He served as lead editor on the indie dramas “The Fat Boy Chronicles” & “Quarterlife Ben” and the documentary feature “The Perfect Human Diet”, as well acting as post-production supervisor on numerous other films and television projects, including the national PBS series “Home Diagnosis”. As ECG has grown, Jason has mostly moved away from the edit suite to focus more on the growth and operations of the company, as well as managing all in-house post-production operations.
A serial entrepreneur, Jason is also one of the founding partners of Treehorn Cider, a Marietta-based hard cider producer & taproom, as well as numerous side projects. His main focus remains his first company: ECG Productions, where he is most able to combine his passion for both creative work and business.