Line Producing & Production Management
A Line Producer oversees the budget, logistics and operations of a film or television production through pre-production, principal photography and wrap to protect the creative assets of the production and ensure the film is delivered on time and on budget to the production company or studio.
A Production Manager is responsible for facilitating that management of the budget and logistics on a day-to-day basis.
These two roles are often intertwined, they work closely together to ensure a smooth production fulfills the creative vision. Sometimes these positions are combined into a single role on low budget projects though generally these are two separately defined roles.
I can function as both a line producer and production manager. However as a member of the Director's Guild America, my work as a UPM must be covered by the guild and thus your project will be required to become signatory to the DGA. My work as Line Producer is not covered by a union or guild.
To engage me in either of these positions, please reach out and tell me about your project! I would love to read your script, a treatment or see a lookbook that expresses your projects' vision. I am open to all budget sizes, however story content is key to me. I am not interested in horror, gore, or films with excessive violence. I am excited about human interest stories, historical adventures, romantic comedies, and sci-fi/fantasy.