jasonscottjones: producer/director

My Ford: Focus RS
"All new Ford Focus RS"

Producer/Director: Jason Scott Jones

 

An introduction to the new 2016 Ford Focus RS, finely tuned and crafted for everyday drivers and auto performance enthusiasts by Stunt and Race Car Driver Prestin Persson.

My Ford: Oakland
"Bay Area on The Edge"

Producer/Director: Jason Scott Jones

 

Architect Matthew Baran takes the Ford Edge out and demonstrates the influences he draws from the Bay Area and specifically Oakland and how it informs his designs.

My Ford: Chicago
"Chi-Town Nights in Focus"

Producer/Director: Jason Scott Jones

 

Two Chicago comedians in cars doing more than getting coffee take the Ford Focus on a night run through the great midwestern metropolis in search eats activities and late night adventure.

My Ford: New England
"Ptown to Portland"

Producer/Director: Jason Scott Jones

 

Celebrity Chef Michele Ragussis takes the C-Max Hybrid up and down the coast from Massachusetts to Maine in search of sustainably practices and iconic New England ingredients for her new menu, is the C-Max up to the challenge?

My Ford: Mississippi
"Mustang Delta Blues"

Producer/Director: Jason Scott Jones

 

Legendary Bluesman Superchikan Johnson, loves guitars so much he plays them and makes them his own in more ways than one. In Clarksdale, Mississippi, he and Mayor Bill Luckett give a hint at what makes the Blues an original genre of American music and the Ford Mustang gets us down south in style.

My Ford: Seattle
"Electrifying the Cascade Loop"

Producer/Director: Jason Scott Jones

 

My Ford Features visits the Skykomish Washington on the Cascade Mountain Loop, just outside of Seattle. The purpose to meet with forward thinking electic and hybrid Ford owners and hear why they love their Ford.

My Ford: Detroit
"Healthy Growth in Detroit"

Producer/Director: Jason Scott Jones

 

My Ford Features visits the Drew School in Detroit, home to a 4 acre farm tended by agricultural studies students, and workers learning the ways of produce. In the process they are bringing knowledge and nutritional sustenance to an area of previous blight, demonstrating how native Detroiters are turning the city back toward growth.