Prospect Hill Productions, LLC is a full service production and multimedia company. With almost 47 years of combined experience in the industry, we offer full-service production and post-production from conception to completion.
We blend messaging and strategy with a fine artist’s eye to help organizations define their brand’s story. Prospect Hill Productions produces commercials, short films, feature films, music videos, industrial films, and corporate training videos. We offer competitive rates, compelling storytelling, and cutting-edge technology to exceed any production goals.
Prospect Hill Productions employs highly experienced, efficient and creative professionals. We offer state of the art equipment, such as High Definition cameras, three fully equipped Mac High Definition editing suites, recording and sound design suites and in-house sound and animations effects.
Call or email for a free consultation, interview, studio tour, or an informal no-obligation chat about an idea you may have. There is no project too big or too small.
A member of the Screen Actors Guild, Jack White has over 20 years of experience in the film and television industry in Los Angeles. He has worked as a producer, production manager and 1st assistant director on feature films and television shows. He has acted in feature films, television, commercials, and numerous theatrical productions. He has also directed over 30 theatrical productions, commercials, industrial films, and music videos.
For 10 years at Warner Brothers (WB), he worked closely with directors, producers and production executives on both WB feature films and WB television productions, and acted as a production liaison between the feature and television division and the production equipment division.
Moving to Phoenix, he taught high school for four years and then became the School Director for a private film and television academy. He created the curriculum, held auditions, and set up class schedules. He taught both acting for stage and film, audition workshops, and modeling. He also coordinated the school’s participation in an annual national Film Acting Convention, preparing students to audition for agents and casting directors.
Mr. White graduated from Arizona State University with a BA in Theatre Arts, a degree in Secondary Education and a minor in Speech Communications.
While an employee of Warner Brothers, he worked with feature films and television shows such as:
(FILM) Point of No Return, Lethal Weapon 3 and Lethal Weapon 4, The Fugitive, Space Cowboys, Maverick, Practical Magic, Three Kings, Ocean’s Eleven, and The Perfect Storm.
(TELEVISION) Everyone Loves Raymond, Murphy Brown, Drew Carey, Friends, Gilmore Girls, The West Wing and MTV Movie Awards.
Augusta Allen-Jones is a graduate of UNM with a BFA in Acting. She won a Three-Year Graduate Acting Scholarship to NYU, receiving her MFA in Acting from NYU’s Ticsh School of the Arts in New York City. She has done over 100 stage productions, and various television and film productions.
Her Film and Television credits include: The Practice, Persecuted, Enemy Way, Ask for More, and Henri The French Director.
Off-Broadway stage performances in New York City include: Rosaline in Love’s Labors Lost at The Public Theatre; Minny in Minny and the James Boys at En Garde Arts/Plays in the Park; and at the New York Shakespeare Festival she was understudy to Blyth Danner as Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing. She has performed in Off-Off Broadway productions, and in Los Angeles, she performed the lead in Four Roses at Century City Play House.
Regional productions include Richard III and The Cripple of Inishmaan at The Vortex Theatre in Albuquerque; The Petrified Forest at Taos Theatre Company; Laundry & Bourbon at Albuquerque Little Theatre; and Dubliners at The Whole Theatre in Montclair, New Jersey.
She has performed in commercials for Albuquerque Health Partners, Hard Rock Casino, Life Support Medical, Albuquerque Symphony, and Panasonic, among others.
Ms. Allen-Jones taught Shakespeare in Los Angeles for five years and is originally from Taos, NM.
Ed Janz brings 44 years of major market radio and television broadcast and post-production experience to Albuquerque and Prospect Hill Productions, LLC. His entire career was spent in Chicago, Illinois, beginning in 1970 at WCFL Radio AM 1000.
In 1976, he joined WGN-TV as a technical director in the On-Air Operations control room of TV Studio 4, and later joined WLS-TV/ABC as a full time staff engineer. For over 28 years at ABC in his engineering career, he was one of the first Electronic News Gathering /Satellite Operations crews covering live news, sports and political events for ABC NEWS.
Leaving WLS/ABC in 2004, he joined Pixel Brothers-Chicago as digital capture engineer for NBC/UNIVERSALS, which produced The Jerry Springer Show and Steve Wilkos Show. He also joined The Illinois Center for Broadcasting-Chicago Campus in 2009 as a certified vocational instructor. Mr. Janz helped build the facility to include two internet radio stations; seven post production radio studios; and three green screen post production television studios. He provided broadcast maintenance for the entire Illinois Center for Broadcasting Chicago downtown campus.
Mr. Janz was awarded an Emmy by the Chicago Academy in 2004 for his news coverage of an EF3 tornado that destroyed Utica, Illinois on April 20, 2004.
He has an Associate Degree in Applied Science in Television, Cinematography and Radio.
Ms. Vergara started a 25-year Arts Management career after receiving a Master’s Degree in Arts Administration from the University of Utah. She worked in various management positions in fundraising, marketing, strategic planning, and general administration for regional theatre, music, and dance companies. She was the Capitol Campaign Manager for a $12-million project at Pacific Northwest Ballet in Seattle, the Co-Founder of a citywide Arts and Cultural Festival in Boise, Idaho, and Managing Director for two regional dance companies based in Seattle. As Executive Director for Opera Idaho in Boise, Idaho, she produced a World Premiere Opera, which garnered national media attention. During her career, she leveraged national and international tours for several performing dance and chamber music companies. She adopted market branding, facilitated several national award-winning marketing and advertising campaigns, and significantly increased subscriptions and attendance. She was appointed to sit on several government granting panels and on national dance adjudication committees. She served on numerous non-profit Board of Directors, and consulted with over 25 arts organizations, conducting seminars and retreats in Strategic Planning, Marketing, Board Development and Fund Raising.