Director of Audio/Video Ministry
Currently based in Nashville, Tennessee, Jesse Benfield received his first platinum record in 2004 for Young Buck’s Straight Outta Cashville, and he hasn’t slowed down since. Over the course of an eighteen year career, Jesse has
worked with some of the best producers and engineers in the recording industry, including; Tony Brown, James Stroud, Buddy Cannon, John Guess, Chuck Ainlay, and Andre Harris. He is credited with many recording projects,
including; Willie Nelson’s Stars and Guitars, Dolly Parton’s For God and Country, Peter Frampton’s Now, Kenny Chesney’s Be As You Are, All I Want For Christmas, When the Sun Goes Down, and Live, Kenny Chesney and Kid Rock’s contribution’s to I’ve Always Been Crazy, A Tribute to Waylon Jennings, Pam Tillis’ Just in Time for Christmas and Rhinestoned, Travis Tritt’s Strong Enough, George Strait’s Honkytonkville and Live at the Astrodome, Joe Nichol’s Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off, Everclear’s So Much for the Afterglow, and many more.
As an award winning Audio Engineer, Jesse has spent many years becoming more than proficient with all aspects of studio as well as live production. Renowned for his craft, Jesse was asked to design the multi-track Meyer surround sound system for the Warhol Live exhibit at the Frist Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, the largest Andy Warhol exhibit in North America. In addition to his experience in audio, Jesse has extensive experience as a video producer, having produced promotional television spots for concert promotional advertising, public service announcements, commercials, and more. Jesse is also a talented sound designer, having contributed compositions to short films, animation, and video games. Jesse Benfield’s many talents make him a one-stop-shop for your audio/video production needs.