Jon Erwin

Jon and his brother, Andy,began their career as teenagers, working as camera operators for ESPN. Shooting local games at the University of Alabama soon became full-time careers as sports cameramen. The brothers eventually worked on numerous events, including ESPN College Football Primetime, NFL, X Games, and NBA. In 2005, the brothers ventured into directing commercials and music videos. They found great success in the world of music, directing music videos and producing concerts and television programs for platinum artists including Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Casting Crowns, Switchfoot, Skillet, and Montgomery Gentry among many others. They have received 10 nominations and three consecutive wins for Music Video of the Year at the GMA Dove Awards.

Episodes appearing in

Directors Jon and Andy Erwin talk about their latest release, "I Still Believe," a movie based on the real-life story of chart-topping singer Jeremy Camp. View Show Notes →
A young Jon Erwin first heard the story about Woodlawn High School from his father. Now a film director, decades later, Jon shares this true story with a whole new generation. View Show Notes →
Director Jon Erwin talks about the making of the feature film, "Woodlawn." Set in Birmingham, Alabama in the 1970s, Woodlawn is a true story based on the life of NFL great, Tony Nathan. View Show Notes →
Research shows that one-third of American women have had an abortion. View Show Notes →
Jon Erwin, producer of the "October Baby," tells the story of 19-year-old Hannah, whose life is upended when she learns that she is adopted and the survivor of a failed abortion. View Show Notes →