JxTwo designs marketing and video solutions for business in the most cost-effective ways possible.
We make first-class corporate sales, promotion and branding videos, including motion and logo design, print/digital, production, editorial and finish. From c-level pitches to consumer facing promotion, we know how to help clients stand out and grow their business while building relationships.
We are a small company trusted by big clients.
Our partners combine years of high-level, entertainment branding experience with the personal touch of a small shop to deliver quality of a big shop without the large overhead. With only two principals, we are able to maintain a close, personal connection with clients, so they often see JxTwo as extension of their in-house teams.
To us, smaller means better service, more agility and superior creative.
An Emmy nominated designer, Jeanne LeBlanc is a New Orleans native with decades of Creative Direction experience in print and motion that began at the prestigious Parsons School of Design in New York and lead to award-winning work at network branding pioneer Pittard Sullivan. That’s where Jeanne and Jeremy met.
A Venice, CA native, Jeremy Alcock was mastering the most cutting-edge compositing and effects computer of the era, the Henry, for big network campaigns when the desktop revolution broke out. He was at the best place at the best time in design technology history. Jeremy has ridden this digital wave, mastering every new tool invented – from After Effects to 3D Animation and beyond — while expanding his resume with names like Fallon (Tim Burton for Timex), ddb, Chiat, plus major/cable networks and garnering numerous BDA awards.
After leaving Pittard, Jeanne and Jeremy were working as independent artists for larger agencies when they decided their skills and quality of life were exponentially better if they went small.
Since forming JxTwo in 2000, they have not only established a solid reputation in the B2B and targeted B2C video space, but they even expanded their understanding of consumer products by launching their own start-up. They developed, produced and branded a consumer product which made it onto the shelves of Whole Foods. They then sold that venture and resisted the urge to expand their design business, preferring instead to remain artfully nimble. So no matter the size of the project, JxTwo can always provide the personal attention that everyone can enjoy.