Jessica is a producer, writer and director based in Los Angeles. Born and raised in the Mediterranean and then Canada, she started her career in New York City.
She is currently a producer on the Netflix show ULTIMATE BEASTMASTER. She was previously development director for Creature Films at Entertainment One, where she contributed to several projects including A&E's Emmy-nominated LA RIOTS, MTV's SIESTA KEY and BET's DEATH ROW CHRONICLES.
She co-wrote, developed and produced the short films STAKEOUT, THAT'S IT and the award-winning SHEVENGE. The latter premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival and had a successful festival run across the U.S. and Europe.
Formerly a reporter, Jessica spent several years writing, producing and directing for the award-winning series DAN RATHER REPORTS.
Jessica holds two law degrees from McGill University as well as a masters in broadcast journalism from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. She speaks fluent French and Spanish.
Born in a quiet Washington town, Angelo discovered his love for movies at a very young age. But it wasn’t until the middle of pursuing a biblical studies degree at Simpson University, where his passion and opportunity would collide.
In the fall of '04, the Los Angeles Film Studies Center would bring him to Hollywood and land him an internship in the feature production office at 20th Century Fox. His time on the studio lot earned him acceptance into Act One, an intense writing program designed to guide and mentor budding storytellers. By the fall of ‘07, he was surrounded by a tight-knit group of filmmakers, who were young, talented, and just as broke as everybody else. Yet it was through these intimate relationships that he found success, launching his first short film, GRANDE DRIP. It featured music from Ingrid Michaelson and a hilarious cameo by the director of PRETTY WOMAN, Garry Marhshall (RIP).
Angelo would go on to write and produce several commercials along with his second award-winning short, KNIGHT TO D7, which featured performances by Emmy-winners Jackée (SISTER SISTER, 227) and Hector Elizondo (CHICAGO HOPE, VALENTINE'S DAY) scored by the Grammy-winning composer, Mateo Messina (JUNO). As he continues to create the future, Angelo is constantly on the look out for passionate individuals, whose character and creativity help to produce stories that are not only entertaining and compelling, but also significant.