Jason Siemer is a Writer/Producer/Director/Editor/Singer-
Songwriter from Baltimore, MD. At an early age he developed a passion for both video and music. After graduating from Towson State University in 1996, Jason immediately landed a job within the production department of the Baltimore Orioles Major League Baseball Club. During a 10 year career with the Orioles, Jason became the Entertainment Manager while producing various award-winning videos that helped place the Orioles among the most elite teams in Ballpark Entertainment.
Over the years, Jason has also developed as a singer-songwriter. In 1998, he wrote, performed, produced, and edited the video for the popular Camden Yards anthem, "A World of Orioles Baseball". In 2001, Jason paid tribute to one of his childhood idols, Cal Ripken, Jr. with the song "What Makes a Legend". The accompanying video montage became the centerpiece for Ripken's historic retirement ceremony.
After leaving the Orioles in early 2007 Jason has started his own video production company, "Jason Siemer Productions". Jason's goal is to continue to grow creatively as an artist while producing videos that leave a lasting impression.
- Promotional Videos for businesses
- Music Videos for musicians/bands
- Video Bios for musicians/bands
- TV Commercials
- Short Films
- Web Videos
- Youth Sports Videos
- Special Events
- Recruitment Videos for Colleges
- Video Resumes
- Instructional DVDís
- And more...
If you have any questions or would like to contact us
for your next project, please feel free to email or call.
1345 Richardson Street
Baltimore, MD 21230