What does JSA Video Productions Do?
Works with clients to creatively tell their stories through videos.
Creates videos for web, broadcast, and events.
Owned and operated by Julie Andrews, an award-winning storyteller with more than 25 years experience in producing, editing, marketing, teaching, managing, and client relations.
Who are Our Clients?
Colorado School of Mines • CU Depression Center • East High School • Philosophy Communications • St. Anne’s Episcopal School • Denver Public Schools • Northfield High School • Swigert International School • IWP Printing Supplies • The Bridge Project • McAuliffe International School • University of Denver • Project Cure • Puksta Foundation • Children’s Garden Montessori School • 9News • Rocky Mountain PBS
Who is Julie Andrews?
Julie Andrews is the principal of JSA Video Productions in Denver, Colorado. Together with award-winning videographers and graphic artists, Julie produces stories and marketing videos for web, broadcast, and special events.
Prior to starting JSA Video Productions, Julie was the Special Projects Producer at KUSA-TV (9News) in Denver for eight years. She produced and edited promotions, stories, and shows for the station’s franchise community programs such as 9Kids Who Care, 9Who Care, 9News Leader of the Year, and 9Cares Colorado Shares. Her work also included marketing videos, public service announcements, and news stories. She has won four regional Emmy Awards and eight Colorado Broadcasters Awards for her work, and was nominated for a national Emmy for a public service announcement she produced.
Julie’s work in the community is focused on The Bridge Project. The Bridge Project provides educational, social and career opportunities to youth living in Denver’s public housing developments and the surrounding areas. She has been a tutor, mentor, and member of the marketing committee. She has also co-chaired the non-profit’s annual gala.
Julie is a graduate of Leadership Denver, Class of 2008. Leadership Denver is a program of the Denver Metro Chamber that identifies community leaders and helps them expand their commitment to voluntary civic responsibility.
Julie is very involved in her children’s schools and has served in many leadership roles, including chairperson of the school’s technology committee, PTA representative, webmaster, continuation producer, and auction publicity chairperson.
Julie grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After earning her B.A. from Denison University in 1991, she began her career as a print reporter for the Breckenridge Journal, the weekly newspaper in Breckenridge, Colorado. In 1993, she became editor-in-chief of the newspaper. After earning her M.S. in Journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in 1995, she started her broadcast journalism career as a reporter for the NBC affiliate in Bangor, Maine. She returned to Colorado in 1998, taking on the role of station manager for a Resort Sports Network affiliate in Summit County. Before taking the job at 9News, Julie spent four months in the rainforest in Ecuador teaching English. Julie has also taught video storytelling at University of Denver’s Korbel School of International Studies.
Julie is married to Jeff Andrews, who works in the financial technology business. They have two children.