About Us

Since 2003, JMK Life Films has functioned as a full-service production company specializing in the most creative and entertaining videos.  Our projects vary widely, from corporate to personal, shorts to feature-length, fictional to documentary.   Our goal is to combine the best in storytelling with the latest in technology to give you an unforgettable product.  Over the years, our specialty has become making the most unique personal documentary movies, or Life Films.  Using pictures, home videos, interviews, animation, special effects, and re-enactments, we produce your own personal movie that will rival any documentary film on the market.


JMK Life Films employs a wide variety of independent contractors to meet the individual needs of each project. These positions often include, but are not limited to: writers, editors, cinematographers, graphic artists, make-up artists, drone operators, and productions assistants.

Jason Kachel


Jason Kachel grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida. In 1997, he received his BA in psychology from Brown University. While at Brown, he wrote, photographed, and edited their official admissions and recruitment video. In 2002, he graduated from USC’s School of Cinema-Television with a Masters in Fine Arts. While at USC, he won first place for the Mary Pickford Scholarship, awarded for excellence in picture editing. His current projects vary from event videos, to short films, documentaries, and feature films. Since 2003, he has made over 200 unique videos.

Jacqueline Stansbury



Jacqueline Stansbury is a Southern California native with a BA in Film and the Photographic arts from the Polytechnic of Central London and an M.F.A. from the American Film Institute where she specialized in producing. As Director of Development at Sanford/Pillsbury Productions during the company’s tenure at Twentieth Century Fox, she developed and packaged feature films; and also served as Associate Producer on several made-for- television movies. She has also worked in management, representing actors at Edith Rea Management.

Ronald J. Rosenberg


Ron Rosenberg grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia where he began his entertainment career in his early twenties by producing, editing, and shooting a feature film, which appeared at the Cannes Film Festival.  He has worked steadily as a Digital Restoration Artist on film and television projects from every era, including
TwilightLost, the 4K restoration of Gladiator, and HBO’s epic mini-series The Pacific.  As an editor, his work has ranged from short films to promos on Fox Television.  Ron won a student editing award from the American Cinema Editors and a film restoration award for The Miracle Woman, a lost classic from Frank Capra.