Jean de Boysson is videographer, veejay and director. His films have been shown internationally in festivals, museums and television stations, such as the film festival in Berlin, the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, the World Wide Video Festival in the Netherlands, the Sydney International Video Festival The Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid, the Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany, Dia Center for the Arts in New York. His film Teile dich Nacht received the Gold Award of the Dance on Camera Festival in New York in 1991 and the Grand Prize of the International Festival of Teruel in Spain in 1992. Under the name of VJ Naj, it is one of the pioneers since 1998 the veejaying – the projection of video images mixed live – he uses as a visual musical instrument. It occurred in the context of music or electro nights concerts with pianist Omar Sosa including the Mazalda group, the Nickodemus DJs, Greg Cerrone and Neil Aline. John Boysson is the co-artistic director with the dancer Tamango, company Urban Tap, for which he co-directed the Bay Mo Dilo shows, Narcissus & amp; Co and New York Magazine.