“As a freelancer, I have learned to adapt quickly to the developing media industry. I have worked from concept to completion as a photographer, producer, writer, videographer, and editor for television commercials, and non-profit videos in the US and overseas. I have filmed projects solo, and have also led crews up to 12 people.”
His video “Desert Fortress” is Official Selection of the New York City Drone Film Festival (Jan, 2016), and has been featured on NBCNews.com, by the Jerusalem Post, and in Discover Magazine’s Drone 360 blog. His works have been published in the New York Times, internationally on book covers, in historical novels, calendars, and postcards. He fell in love with traveling as a child when he accompanied his parents on humanitarian trips abroad, and learned to appreciate other cultures.
Director of Communications – One Family Fund, Jerusalem, Israel
Jeffrey is one of the most talented photographers and videographers I have ever seen. His attention to detail and his patience are extraordinary, and just what one seeks for this kind of work. He is reliable and thorough while still respecting deadlines and turnaround time, even in high-pressure, last-minute projects. It is just an excellent bonus that he is such a pleasure to work with. read more
The village of Ruidoso Lodgers tax committee contracted Jeffrey Worthington of Worthington media to produce both our summer and winter advertising spots for broadcast on regional media. Jeffrey was a joy to work with, he is not only very creative but produces professional and appealing video spots. I would not hesitate to work with Jeffrey again, nor would I hesitate to recommend him to my tourism colleagues.
Jeffrey Worthington was a member of an 18 strong team of photographers, who traveled to New Zealand to undertake a national assignment on behalf of my company. This month-long assignment required Jeffrey to document the life, culture and people of New Zealand. During this project Jeffrey proved himself to be a team player who was able to work exceptionally well under direction. As part of this project, Jeffrey was required to lead several small groups of photographers for specific projects. He did this with relative ease and was able to effectively communicate to his team what their themes, concepts, and specific assignment requirements were. His team responded well to him and provided him with the shots he required to meet the specific project needs. Jeffrey’s photographic ability is beyond out. The images he produced were strong, sharp, and capture the essence of the subject.
Since bringing Jeffrey Worthington on board our team he has made a large impact.
As a full-service media production company, he offers aerials, scripting, voice-over narration and more. He takes video further with ultra-high-definition (4k) resolution cinematography for film and commercial projects. Learn More>
His aerial drone work has been featured internationally in film festivals, news outlets, and in social media. Available for oversea film project and soon to be licenced in the US. Learn More>
His portfolio of breathtaking aerial footage above Masada, Israel! His work has been featured on Discover Magazine’s blog and United With Israel’s website. Learn More>
PASSION FOR HISTORY
Jeffrey founded the Worthington Foundation and started the ground work for what would become the iHistory WW2 video contest because he realized how important it is for students not just to memorize facts about World War II, but to understand it. The contest is a nationwide competition that connects teens with American World War II veterans in an effort to help teens gain a greater understanding and appreciation for history while expanding their skills in journalism and video technologies.
As Project Director of the Worthington Foundation’s iHistory Contest, Jeffrey headed a nationwide video contest for students to interview WWII veterans and edit it into a short mini-documentary. He worked closely with the Library of Congress to include each of the student’s unedited interviews be entered in the Veterans History Project. During this time he also initiated partnerships with educational organizations such as the Vietnam Memorial.
For the Love of Freedom
As director of the unreleased documentary, For The Love Of Freedom, Jeffrey’s aims were to inspire today’s teens to take a greater interest in history and develop an appreciation of our nation’s history makers. During that time he personally interviewed and captured on video the stories of nearly 50 WWII veterans.