Amanda hails from Boston, Massachusetts, where she was already behind the camera at age one. She started her production career in print production and moved over to film and video in the early ’90s.
She has worked all over the world producing dozens of nationally aired commercials, industrials, webisodes, short films, music videos and long-form projects. Her work includes pieces for Sprint, MasterCard and Citigroup, to name a few.
She loves multi-level production, YA dystopian novels and sushi, and she answers to “Murder” in the roller derby arena.
Jill is an award-winning producer obsessed with design. She started her career in advertising over a decade ago at Bates USA as an Agency Producer. Jill initially focused on beauty brands such as Clinique, Prescriptives and Origins. She has helped to create a multitude of TV commercials, industrials and radio spots, including spots for Estee Lauder featuring Elizabeth Hurley. As her career blossomed, Jill expanded her repertoire to include work for such clients as Miller Beer, Hyundai, Pfizer, Texaco, Whitney Museum and M&M Mars.
After her successful time at Bates, Jill made the strategic move to a production services company, Beaucoup Chapeaux, in order to expand her experience working with a variety of clients and agencies. At Beaucoup, she produced — among numerous other projects — a TV campaign for Time Warner Cable with Director Mike Mills. She was soon promoted to Executive Producer and finally Head of Production. During her tenure she produced and oversaw countless projects with Agencies such as SS+K, MRM, Digitas, Mother, Nitro, Publicis, Euro, Doremus and Edelman.
Her work on the New York Presbyterian ad, “Unmask A Killer,” won awards from AICP and New York Festivals, and two Clios.
She loves to hang with her family, play tennis, watch NBA basketball and reality TV, and consume Swedish fish.