What we do

 JWO Media is a Brooklyn-based production company focused on film, television and educational consulting projects. Our mission is to create projects that speak to every fiber of the human condition. We are normalizing the production of projects challenge the conventional and amplify the voices of women.

We want our audiences to LAUGH, to THINK and be inspired.
We want our audiences to LEARN through engaging stories.
We want our audiences to FEEL.

In short, we are shaking things up with a little bit of help from our friends.


  Film & television concept development, research & sizzle reel production. Elearning design & development services.


Pre-Production, Principal Photography & Post consultation services. Virtual production consultation & execution.

Our Latest Work

meet Joanna

Joanna White-Oldham is a director, producer and educator with a proven track record of successfully leading and delivering high-quality productions across various media platforms. She manages each project seamlessly by combining her strategic and creative vision with over a decade of project management experience.

Joanna’s most notable projects are: Here Is A Man (2022); Buried by the Bernards, Netflix (2021); The Last Five Years (2021) Drama League Award nominee (2021); The Company You Keep, starring Aixa Kendrick, winner of the Best Actress award at the 2020 Hip Hop Film Festival; The Takeover (2019), Semi-Finalist Dumbo Film Festival, Finalist (2019), MicroMania Film Festival (2020); Waking Up White (2019), winner Best TV Series, Charlotte Black Film Festival (2020). Mrs. White-Oldham also serves as the Technical Producer for The Woodshed Network, a jazz mentorship program for women.

White-Oldham currently has several projects in development. These projects include: a film and lecture series called The Weathering Project; For Love, a bio-fictional audio drama series inspired by black artists and The Auntie Hour, an inspirational web series focused on the health of black women over 50.

Joanna is a member of the Alliance of Women Directors, Women of Color Unite and is the founder of nonprofit organization the Center for Active Learning and co-founder of Mom Film Fest.

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