Jerome Hyde, one of the founders of Unplugged Multimedia, has a robust portfolio of music videos, commercials, documentaries and other film works. Mr. Hyde has received an Associate degree from Essex Community College, a bachelors degree in Film from the prestigious Howard University and a master in Visual Effects from Savannah College of Arts and Design (SCAD - top 5 art school in the nation).
The Washington, DC native's has worked with Toyota, McDonalds, Amtrak, MMG Hotel and Casino, Cornflakes, Inglot, National Institutes of Health, America Achieves, NBA's Washington Wizards, NHL's Washington Capitals, NFL's Washington Redskins, Donnie Simpson, and the list continues to grow. While working for Monumental Sports and Entertainment, a company owned by the Washington Wizards, Mr. Hyde was a Video Editor, Videographer and Graphic Producer. There his work could be seen worldwide as he produce graphic and video content during arena in-game segments, network shows, commercials, web series, concert promos, and marketing videos. During his tenure there, he has received a Regional Emmy award for his help on "Wizards Magazine" and Regional Telly Award for "The Making of a Wizards Girl". In addition, his videos have seen on countless countdowns and Videos shows alike abroad.
Additionally, his Jamaican roots have given him an edge in becoming a coveted music video director for Jamaica's top dancehall artists such as Julian Marley, Bugle, Lady Saw and Magazeen featuring DC artist Wale. Hyde's videos are characterized by an element of gritty story telling that reflects the message within the song, as well as the current events of the time.
Hyde continues to expand his portfolio and offerings and is currently working on independent film projects in the United States and abroad. While continuing his growth and talents in music videos and commercials, Mr. Hyde has his eyes on TV drama and featured films, three of which are currently in pre-production stages.