Jacques Mersereau currently has over thirty years in the entertainment industry.
Jacques currently runs the University of Michigan Digital Media Commons Video Studio, a black-box, multimedia, performance and experimental television production theatre. There he collaborates with wide variety of clients to transform ideas and dreams from 'blank paper' all the way through the creative process until they are finally recorded to produce broadcast quality HD video and audio to be shared with the world.
Jacques Mersereau's musical career began in 1980 as a horn player in SLK, one of America's very first Ska bands that play original material and headlined concerts before thousands of it own fans besides opening shows for The Clash, Peter Tosh, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Danny Elfman of Oingo Boingo and others. When SLK broke up in 1985, Jacques' talent as an audio engineer led to a successful career in both live audio and studio recording. He produced Groove Spoon's, "Psychic Gyration" which won a Detroit Music Award in 1996.
In 2002, Jacques and his partner and better half, Christi Vedejs, produced and directed the Emmy Award winning documentary, "An Osprey Homecoming", which also garnered a Finalist Award at the 2005 International Wildlife Film Festival beating out entries from The BBC, CBC and Japan's NHK.
Jacques is currently working on several movie scripts including, "Crazed" (finished) and "The Bedmate", which he hopes to produce for theaterical release.
Here is the log line for Crazed:
After witnessing her Father’s savage demonic murder, a young girl heads to college unaware she holds an ancient relic he unearthed in Africa, The Ring of Solomon - a Biblical talisman that Satanic forces need to conjure their Messiah to destroy mankind. To survive she must become demonically possessed and fight fire with fire, “EVIL EXISTS”.