Roshie Jones is a  filmmaker who, for the past 10 years of his 27-year career has specialized in creating incredible cinematic images no matter what the camera.  Some of his most iconic work was created with Nikon and Canon  DSLR's.  

His use of his Lumix DSLR to shoot Nassaus "Island Song" proved a huge point to the naysayers. This technology was proved very viable in large-scale productions. 

Roshie has kept up with the advent of newer tools, which are constantly changing. That's why he has taken to the sky with his New Drone company Jones Air. He currently owns and is available for hire with Drones, a 4K Panasonic GH5, Black Magic Designs Cinema camera, Olympus OMD EM5 MARK II, Nikon D5 and many others. Roshie has experience with almost all professional film and digital cameras on the market.

He has become very well-known for his in-depth video reviews of various cameras, which have helped many people in the huge decision of buying a camera. 

He has worked for all the major USA broadcasters, such as the ABC, CBS, NBC and ESPN, as well as countless independent production companies and many others around the world including CNN, CBS, Discovery, FOX and BBC. 

Independent projects are key to Roshie and he splits his time between bigger projects and small independent ones. 

His reputation with using small drones like the DJI Phantom and Inspire 1 was cemented when he got the Cover of the New York Times touting the newly Bahamian Riveria BahaMar. He has since used drones in a number of projects including CNN’s “The Wonder List” and FOX's Business News.

He is constantly stretching his creative abilities and experimenting with new technology.  His large social medial following on platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well as his enormously popular youtube site are frequently used to help and educate filmmakers of all skill levels. 

In addition to his online educational work, he frequently is traveling around the world teaching young and old filmmakers better techniques. Not just through technology, but through better storytelling skills. 

Our one goal is to give the world a taste of peace, friendship, and understanding through the visual arts, the art of celebration of life”

— Steven Speilberg