Travis Capacete, Principal Business Director

Like Justin, my teenage years consisted of making short videos with close friends. I remember only spending my money on cameras, computers, hard drives and software with one goal in mind – to be an editor. Ultimately, that goal came true when we started JTWO. However, my role has changed quite a bit since then.

The early days of JTWO consisted of waking up, grinding coffee beans, sitting down next to Justin and working on whatever the hell we sold that day/week/month. We would wear many hats back then. Justin on Camera, me on sound. Then we would come back home to our “studio” (aka our house) and we would dive into the edit. We went on for years like that and I loved every second of it.

However, we always wanted something bigger. We wanted to create a place/ environment in which everyone loves coming to work every single day, not just employees and clients but friends and family too. It’s been a challenge, but I believe we’ve accomplished this over the past ten years and I can’t thank everyone enough who’s been a part of helping to make that possible.




Justin Jarrett, Principal Director

My fondest memories of my childhood are making short videos with my two best friends, Aaron and Kylar. We would run around our neighborhood for hours planning, shooting, editing (I believe it was iMovie Version One back then) and making short films with my Dad’s video camera. We would spend weeks working on a project simply because we loved being creative. My days since then really haven’t changed all that much.

I am still astonished every single day I walk through the door at JTWO, that I get to do this for a living. The past ten years have been a roller coaster, but I wouldn’t change a single thing. I am exactly where I am supposed to be – I was built for this.

Without the trust from our clients, the support from my friends and the love from my family and crews none of this would have been possible. I’ll never be able to thank all of you enough for believing not only in our work but in us. We are one decade deep and we are just getting started.