JX Live is the team of Andy Jalfon and Skot Barnett.
Andy is an internationally award winning producer who has produced and directed a wide variety of short films, music videos, documentaries and corporate videos for various media.
His background is in live events, covering live sport at the Waitakere Trusts Stadium, Eden Park, Mt Smart Stadium and Pukekohe before working at the New Zealand Racing Board as a camera operator for Trackside.
He has been involved with the biggest shows on New Zealand television, producing the Shortland Street: Behind the Scenes online documentary series for TVNZ as well as directing live online broadcasts of Shortland Street actors answering viewers’ emails. He produced behind the scenes content for the last three series of Dancing with the Stars, as well as The Singing Bee, Top Town, The Amazing Extraordinary Friends and MasterChef New Zealand.
Andy was the Content Producer during the creation and redesign of TVNZ Ondemand, the first online television catch-up service in the southern hemisphere and he has managed the online properties for some of the biggest shows on NZ television.
Andy has run filming workshops with The New Zealand Film Academy and the Uxbridge Creative Centre. His passion in online media brings an extensive knowledge of presentation, distribution and syndication, getting the message out to the target audience as effectively as possible.
He has worked in a wide variety of roles, bringing a deep understanding of recruitment and contracting in Information Technology and Communications and being able to develop and implement employment enhancement programmes, as he has with the Ministry of Social Development. He has implemented and run multiple programmes with the Auckland Chamber of Commerce and has designed and facilitated digital strategies for organisations such the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra.
Between them, Andy and Skot have the broad set of skills to be able to hone an organisation’s digital infrastructure to its maximum potential and to deliver rich, engaging video content across all platforms.