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Jason Eksuzian is an award-winning director, writer, producer, cinematographer and soccer fanatic based in Los Angeles, California.

A graduate of Bennington College, Jason cut his teeth in commercial, theatrical and music video production in New York City before venturing west. First in Portland, Oregon, and now in Los Angeles, Jason creates work for film & television, the digital space, and stage.

Written and directed by Jason, I MISS DRUGS is a hilariously bleak and wildly relatable comedy series about aging hipsters. The series gained a cult following, hundreds of thousands of views online, was featured at the SXSW Film Festival, the LA Comedy Festival and was honored as a Vimeo Staff Pick.

The second digital series created and written by Jason, DINKS, made a huge splash online and was featured on Funny or Die and Blip. “DINKS” also met critical acclaim in USA Today, The 22 magazine.

HUG IT OUT, executive produced and directed by Jason, was an offical selection of the Austin Film Festival and won best digital series honors at the LA Comedy Festival, SeriesFest, Knoxville Film Festival and the International Women’s Film Festival. It won a special commendation at the London Comedy Festival, screened at the Atlanta Film Festival, Portland Comedy Festival and the Pilot Light TV Festival in Manchester, England. 

THE GROWN-UP MERMAID is a comedic short film that paints a dark parody of The Little Mermaid. Directed and co-written by Jason, the film has been making the film festival rounds and racking up honors. It has been screened and/or won awards at the LA Comedy Film Festival, GeekFest, Indie Short Fest, The Portland Comedy Film Festival and more. 

Jason’s most recent project, 10,000 Hours,  is a collaboration with short-form content streamer, Rizzle. The eight episode series order was released in March 2021 and surpassed 225k streams in its first 24 hours.

Additionally, Jason is the Director of Photography of Bravo’s smash hit series, VANDERPUMP RULES and REAL HOUSEWIVES OF SALT LAKE CITY as well as MTV’s THE HILLS, NEW BEGINNINGS.