Foot in the Door: How to make moves in the entertainment industry and life

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An award-winning Producer, Jessie is known for her ingenuity, positive outlook, calm disposition and sense of humor, all valuable skills when working with networks, studios, and agencies with strong personalities in high-pressure situations.

This year alone has found Jessie shooting projects on the streets of Park City, Utah and the waters of the Caribbean, from the home of multi-platinum rapper Nelly, to the office of Vice President Joe Biden.

Her numerous credits include projects ranging from commercials, movie and TV promos to music videos, co-branded entertainment, magazine shows, interactive media, documentaries, and PSA’s. She loves what she does and it shows!

In 2010 Jessie completed a 3-year Master’s Program in Spiritual Psychology, adding another tool to her bag of tricks and bringing those skills to the fast paced, quick turnaround, production world as well as to her life coaching practice.

Jessie can be reached @This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for comments, questions, coaching sessions or production work!

Tuesday, 21 October 2014 08:05

5 Things I learned from my time with Joe Biden

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I have to admit I was a little star struck. I’ve worked with lots of celebrities but when I heard I might be going to the Vice Presidents home in Washington, DC to film him for a Public Service announcement, I was thrilled and butterflies took flight in my stomach.

Wednesday, 06 August 2014 08:42

Industry Tips - Risky Business

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Daily Risks to make you happy.

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“Of all the words of mice and men, the saddest are, “It may have been.” Kurt Vonnegut

Let's face it. Life is risky business. We take chances every day and truthfully, without taking risks, you don't truly live… you merely exist. And the funny thing is you may not even recognize or give yourself credit for the small risks you do take everyday. Like crossing the street, trying out a new dish, asking someone out, or volunteering to take on a new client. No outcome is ever 100 percent certain and that means that any attempt at anything has an equal chance of complete failure as much as success. Including getting to the other side of the street!

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“Fitting In” has always been an interesting goal for the likes of me, a moving target of sorts. There have been times when it was all I wanted to do and other times when it was the last thing I ever wanted to do.

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