Jay Winter is a photographer and videographer focusing exclusively in the field of real estate and architecture. He started the company, Home Pix Media, in 2007 as a part time endeavor combining two fields he really enjoyed – photography and real estate. After a few years of fine tuning his craft, he stepped into the business full time heading the company and now overseeing an extended team of photographers and editors. After partnering with hundreds of agents and shooting thousands of properties in the Middle Tennessee area, the vision of the company remains. Home Pix Media is focused on creating high quality media that help market the largest investment many people ever embark on.
Jay was born and raised in the Franklin area. He has experienced the growth of the community and definitely understands why so many are drawn to this beautiful location and great state.
Visit Website: http://www.homepixmedia.com
Phone: (615) 337-5986
Some Q&A’s with Jay
How long have you had your business?
2017 is the 10th year
Why do you do what you do?
A home is often the largest investment anyone makes in their life. And when that home is presented to the market for sale, it needs to look its best. That’s where I can have the greatest impact.
What about your business gives you passion?
I have always been interested in real estate. And when I can provide the media to help market and sell a home for an agent or seller, it is a very satisfying feeling.
Why do you enjoy the Nashville market?
I have grown up in the Nashville and Franklin areas all my life. I have seen the appeal of this area increase and the resulting growth first hand. Nashville offers a variety of lifestyles, and with that, comes a number of different architectural styles that always make my job different and interesting.
What is your background in?
I worked 8 years right after college for EMI Christian Music Publishing (now Capital Music Group) in Brentwood. I went to college and got a degree in Music Business. I did enjoy my time there, but wanted to experience a career that required more creativity. So I started Home Pix Media on the side until it grew large enough to support my family full time.
What were some of you previous jobs?
I worked at EMI in music licensing and processing royalty income.