We are professional storytellers

True Connections

As humans we have a basic need to connect!


McCosh - Scottish and northern Irish: Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Coise ‘son of Cos’, a byname meaning ‘messenger’ or ‘foot soldier’


The name McCosh comes from CEO Jason Hensley's grandmother, Mildred Rumbley McCosh. Born of Scottish heritage, she married Hensley's grandfather Howard Rumbley. 


Mildred was known simply as nana, and she was loved dearly by her family. "She is one of the first people who ever taught me that with very hard work and passion for what you believe in, you can do great things."


The McCosh family were farmers, musicians, and blacksmiths. They worked their craft with dedication and passion. As filmmakers, McCosh Films will strive to continue that handcrafted pride through hard work. Great effort will be taken to produce a beautiful product, making each project unique and custom. 



McCosh Films was founded in 2013 by Jason Hensley. The primary service provided by the company is that of film and media production. The story driven content produced by McCosh Films will focus on communicating a strong message for an individual, company, or organization. Our approach is simply focusing on the people and story behind any project we take on.



Based on the principle that at the core of any good story you find people, McCosh Films was founded on the idea that to produce any type of video or film project, there had to be a sense of humanity and empathy. Our goal and mission as a production company will be to produce content that tells a solid visual story in a positive and compassionate way. We will strive to to tell these stories with a sense of humility and a hunger to create meaningful, uplifting projects that inspire and establish an authentic human connection. 



Awards & Recognition

Edward R. Murrow Award

Gabriel Award for excellence in communication

Regional Emmy Award Nominee 


The Team

Beyond film production, we’re in the emotion business. An authentic connection with an audience on a personal level is something every project must have.
— Jason Hensley, Founder & CEO, McCosh Films

Jason Hensley | Founder & CEO 

Father and husband first, Jason grew up producing short films with his two brothers around their Tennessee backyard. He has always had a passion for film and the idea that behind any project there are real people. He believes in it so much that it has become a keystone in every production of McCosh Films. With a resume which includes two Edward R. Murrow Awards, a Gabriel award for storytelling and over twenty years in television, Jason is always up for the challenge of creating something amazing with both new and past clients. He is very hands-on with every production and can be found taking on many roles inside the company. His favorite being the passion he has for editing. When not on set or in the edit bay, Jason enjoys spending time with his wife Karen and son Jacob, scuba diving, sailing and cooking.


Jason Grant | Contributing DP

Jason has over 20 years experience in the television industry and has freelanced as a DP for HGTV, Travel, ABC, BBC, Food, DIY, Style and Al Jazeera. He has been a DP on several award winning television shows includin, "White House Christmas". He also has global experience as DP on, "Your Private Island" and Food Network’s, "Extreme Cuisine". He is noted by network executives, senior producers, staff and co-workers for creatively directing production crews with true leadership. As a DP, he has been fortunate enough to work in Australia on the Great Barrier Reef and at a 17th century castle in Ireland. Grant is also a drone pilot with experience in shooting 4K aerial video with up to a 3 mile range.


Heather Peters | Contributing Producer

At an early age, Heather started realizing her passion for communications, from storytelling and writing to producing, reporting, and everything in between. With more than 20 years of writing and video-related experience, Heather feels right at home as long as a good story is being shared.


A graduate of the renowned Missouri School of Journalism, Heather started her career as a broadcast news reporter. Later, she worked in public relations & marketing and then spent several years in PR and corporate communications for Scripps Networks.  In 2006, she ventured out on her own and discovered the depth and creativity of the freelance world.  She’s penned local, regional, and national print articles, and written several episodes of national television series, including DIY Network’s Blog Cabin and its popular “Crashers” series (Bath Crashers, Kitchen Crashers, and Yard Crashers.) In addition, she enjoys casting for television productions and performing voiceovers. From 2012-2015, Heather, her husband Brad, and their two children lived in China. There, they learned Mandarin, served the poor, and quickly realized that American Chinese food is not authentic!


Today, Heather enjoys writing and producing compelling videos, and strategically working across various communications platforms. Additionally, she’s grateful for frequent opportunities to volunteer and share life with her family and friends.