My name's Olivia, and I produce creative content. My projects involve some combination of film, TV, and music, and I prioritize exploring female-driven, coming-of-age themes.
I went to USC for music, minored in film, and have been working on various film and music projects since graduating in 2014. Living in LA after spending most of my life in North Carolina has been a creative awakening of sorts: I've premiered films I made at Tribeca Film Festival, sold a TV show, written songs for Netflix and Disney, produced tracks in my home recording studio, directed/produced a branded content music doc for TUMI, production managed videos for Puma and Sabrina Carpenter, and put together countless pitch decks. For the past year and a half, I've also been contracted to write a TV show I created about four girls in a band, a concept I had been developing since college with two of my best friends, Kerry Furrh and Cailin Lowry.
If I had to give myself one title, I'd choose creative producer: I have an intuitive eye for developing a creative vision, and I also enjoy managing the logistics and business details of a project. I basically like getting shit done, both in a creative and non-creative way. Are you looking for someone who can be actively involved in every stop of a creative project, from inception to completion? That's me. (I'm also down to direct, write, produce, compose, write pop songs, YOU NAME IT. But the singular title of creative producer is simpler, and mostly all-encompassing.)
Anyway, kudos to you for reading this entire career essay. I'm very flattered. For any work inquiries, please contact me via my personal email or my representation, and I'll be sure to get back to you.