Jason Acton is a creative professional who’s experience and creativity in the field of broadcast television, film and web design has afforded him many diverse projects over his fifteen year career.
Starting as a mobile DJ and sound engineer Jason quickly broadened his scope to include videography and editing during the early days of digital video editing. He started as a wedding film maker and quickly moved into the corporate world, expanding his proficiencies into web design in the Flash environment.
Jason entered the television market as camera operator and senior editor for the documentary “Miles From home: A Road Story” which aired on OMNI Television.
Jason joined Amberlight Productions working as an editor/graphics designer and animator for the APTN show “The Link”.
Because of Amberlight’s work with the Aboriginal community, Jason has had a chance to connect with his Algonquin heritage and has done excellent work on many projects in the Aboriginal community. Through Amberlight Jason has worked on video content for APTN, NationTalk, The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and the Foundation to Assist Aboriginal Youth.
His most recent and most challenging assisgnment was as senior editor and writer for the just released documentary, My Mother, the Nazi Midwife and Me.