"Innovation is the mother of necessity." J. Brewer 1995. Create a thing and people will desire it, need it, have it, and viral it. We help tell stories about innovations. Your message. Your voice. Your audience.
Teksita is an online provider of live and on-demand video production, and video enabled communication and promotion services. Teksita, means "woven" in the Esperanto language. Esperanto, a word that means "one who hopes" in the language itself, was created to foster international peace and understanding.
Teksita was founded in 2006 and builds on the concept that we are all members of the woven tapestry of humanity; each person, community, and business with its own message, voice and audience inextricably adding to the fabric of life on Earth. Something very special and important is happening in the world these days. It is known as convergence. The convergence of the telephone, TV, web, and personal devices is acclerating rapidly. Everyone, everywhere will use online video communication and promotion systems. Convergence is connecting people and changing lives in exciting and dramatic ways.
Teksita founder, J. Brewer, has combined his education in theatre, film and TV, a 28-year corporate and entrepreneurial career in technology, media, and marketing disciplines, and an unquenchable entrepreneurial spirit to this technological and human convergence. While Teksita has its own online properties and projects, we passionately engage in highly creative projects for visionary clients. We help our clients tell their stories of innovation to their audience. These projects employ online, media-centric communication and promotion systems, services, strategies and solutions. We serve individuals, communities, organizations and businesses. As the CEO of Teksita Corporation, J. leads an enterprise devoted to our clients' voices and messages being heard and seen by their audiences.
J. is an information technology expert with an extensive background in the Internet industry: He founded Teksita; he co-founded and served as CEO and president of IntelliSTAR, recognized by the Orlando Business Journal as a top 10 Internet services provider during the 1990s; he also served as IT vice president for JoePix, Inc., a leading online provider of special event photography programs for a client list including NBC, Sprint, Pepsi, Monster.com, American Express, House of Blues, Sam Adams, Hollywood Records, Macy's, Motorola and others; he helped negotiate a multi-million dollar acquisition of JoePix by PhotoPoint Corporation, and; served as COO of EZPrints, a leading provider of online digital photofinishing services. Before entering the Internet technology field, J. spent a decade in a variety of IT leadership roles at Lockheed Martin, primarily in systems integration and networking. After formation of the Transportation Security Administration, he took a hiatus from the Internet to assist TSA as a consulting project manager for airport security officer assessment and hiring, responsible for IT and medical personnel from Jacksonville, Florida to Anchorage, Alaska. J. is a graduate of Florida State University, where he studied theatre, film and television.
J. lives in the central Florida area and serves in advisory capacities for several diverse entities, instructs and volunteers at the Women's Business Center at Florida Institute of Technology, and is the proud father of three exceptional young men.