Gregg Jamback, Principal
BA English Communications, 1978
MS Broadcasting, Brooklyn College, 1980.

Gregg Jamback established Swiftwater Media in 2000 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. In addition to serving local companies and non-profits, Swiftwater Media has had an impact across the region, including creating the documentary-style video profiles shown at the North Carolina Awards (a yearly honor bestowed by the Governor on the state’s most influential citizens) and the Nancy Susan Reynolds Awards (an award given annually by the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation).

Swiftwater Media’s clients have included Xerox, BASF, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts,The Golden Leaf Foundation, Frank L. Blum Construction, Hospice and Palliative CareCenter, The Enrichment Center, the Duke/Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program, Crisis Control Ministry, Greensboro Urban Ministry and many others.

Gregg has also produced a number of independent documentaries showcased in venues across the country. These include feature length, shorts, and broadcast programs including: Peelers, Busters and Soft Shell Crabs, The Real Cost of Coal, the Little America’s Cup Challenge. His current independent project, In Pursuit of Justice, is in post-production. A 30-minute short from this project, Greg Taylor – Ghost premiered at the Down East Flick Fest in 2015 and has shown at five other festivals across the country.

Prior to 2000 Gregg ran a video production company, Back Lot Productions, in the greater New York City area. His clients have included major corporations including, IBM, GTE, US Surgical, ESPN, The Discovery Channel, American Express, and Chase Manhattan Bank. His services included content creation, production supervision, script writing, and video production.

The past thirty years have seen many changes in the way we communicate. Technology has changed from pen and ink, to 1s and 0s. We’ve gone from three broadcast channels in the United States to millions of individual web sites each with the capability of providing their own content in a variety of formats, whether print, still image, music, or video. For the past thirty years Gregg Jamback has been intimately involved with the processes and technology needed to provide his clients with the ability to communicate creatively and effectively.