Ultravision Films and Video Production

Ultravision was founded in 1985 by Jack Ballo. The company worked on numerous types of video productions ranging from cable TV programs, commercials, special events, sports and legal services to all types of corporate and business video productions. By 1990, Ultravision grew into a full production facility with 10 employees.

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After twenty years in business, Ballo downsized his company and started working on humanitarian film projects along with his corporate video work. From concept to completion, Ballo writes, shoots and edits most of his productions himself. His corporate background includes promotional videos, training, instructional, product and safety as well as creating meeting presentations and website videos.

In 2006, Ballo produced his first humanitarian film in the Dominican Republic called A Crisis Observed. He made the film for CitiHope International, a nonprofit that transports medical supplies to poverty stricken areas around the world. Ultravision's latest documentary, Destiny’s Bridge, is about a homeless encampment in New Jersey where 80 people lived in the woods for 8 years. Other films include stories about social justice, education as well as information about cancer prevention, poverty and other important social issues.

In between making films for important causes, Ballo produces high quality corporate videos. UltravisionUltravision Bio Page image 2 Films discovered a rewarding balance in doing nonprofit work in support of important social issues while producing high quality video productions for corporate clients.





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