Jason Rodi studied film at UCSB and graduated with great distinction from NYU. He started the multimedia and entertainment company Moment Factory, in 2001. His productions reflect his passion for storytelling, adventure, and family. His first film The Eye of the Son (2004) was nominated for best documentary at the Gemini awards. His second, 99¢ Dreams (2008), is an experimental documentary feature shot across the seven continents. In 2011 he directed the narrative feature The NOMADS of OZ, and launched the trans-media documentary, BOUVETØYA - The Last Place on Earth, in 2012. This epic sea voyage toward the summit of the most remote island on Earth was an award winning web series and television documentary for Discovery World. In 2013, he acquired NOMAD Nation, a co-working production studio, that hosts cultural and community events viewable on NOMADlive.tv. Officially launching in January 2016, NOMAD is a 24/7 online television station.