Jeremy Pack is the Founder of 12-J Productions. The moniker "12-J" is derived from the original animated version of Dr. Seuss' "Horton Hears a Who."
In the story, in the Jungle of Nool, as Horton the elephant bathes in a watering hole, a small speck of dust floats by him. He hears a call for help coming from the dust speck and, thinking someone is living on it, saves it from going over a waterfall. He sets it on top of a clover and discovers it is home to a tiny town called Whoville, home to the microscopic Whos. In the end, a field is being plowed for development, which threatens the existence of Whoville. Horton and all the townwhos do all they can to make it be known their civilization exists, but to no avail. When all looks to be lost, a baby Who is born in Room 12-J of an apartment building. That baby's first cry is the sound that finally escapes to convince man of the Who's existence and saves "Whoville" from destruction. Yeah, that's where 12-J Productions is coming from.
Jeremy produced, directed and edited the multiple award-winning comedy short titled These Boots Are Made for Walken. Since then he has been shooting, editing & writing a number of projects. In fact, he recently wrapped on another short film/spec commercial that he wrote and produced called CHICKENNIBAL. Jeremy is presently working on securing funding for his first full-length feature set in his home state of Virginia during the early days of NASCAR called Moonshine. It promises to be full of rednecks seeking truth in a jar of white lightnin' while driving cool cars in circles. Jeremy has spent much of his career camera operating, editing, working in post-production & cultivating story.
We're all about story at 12-J and we've been developing a wide net; writing, producing, directing, acting, shooting and editing. Our intention is to bring sometimes edgy, sometimes off-beat and always thought-provoking, heartfelt entertainment to the world. We've got a big bag of tricks. Take a look at our stuff and give us a shout.
Jeremy was commissioned to edit the Trailer for the feature film The Warehouse, directed by Donnie Jarman.
A character study about the kinds of choices we make in our darkest moments. Jeremy camera operated for this short film.
Jeremy has also been camera operating for BAFTA Behind Closed Doors events, Master Classes and the
Red Carpet Event for their Britannia Awards.