Jared Christopher is a five time Emmy winning documentary filmmaker.

He is currently in post-production on TEXAS 6, an 8-part doc series for CBS All Access which follows the season of a small town 6-man football team as they attempt to win their 3rd consecutive state championship. The series will debut in late September 2020.

He’s also developing the first feature documentary on the life of University of Texas football legend Freddie Steinmark in partnership with RebelCode, the University of Texas and ESPN.

His documentary series Titletown, TX was picked up by Facebook’s ‘Watch’ platform as part of its video launch in 2017. The series received more than 50 million views and won numerous awards including two Edward R. Murrow awards for Excellence in Innovation and Excellence in Video. You can now find it on Amazon Prime Video.

Christopher has spent the last decade as senior video journalist for McClatchy owned Fort Worth Star-Telegram. He’s won dozens of journalism awards during his tenure for projects that include coverage of the tragic Dallas Police shooting of 2016, the murder of Euless police officer David Hofer, the abduction of journalist Austin Tice while reporting in Syria, and the first person investigation of Las Vegas Trail, one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in America. Christopher has been working on a Texas Death Penalty documentary which follows attorney Mike Ware as he fights to have the courts commute the sentence of Paul Storey. He also served as second camera on the 2015 Sundance Film Festival breakout hit Hot Girls Wanted which was later acquired by Netflix. His previous clients include Inside Edition, Gizmodo, Indigenous Media’s 60 Second Docs, AJ+, Washington Post, Discovery Channel, ESPN, Fox Sports, Charles Schwab and more.