Invisible Pictures is a New York based, women led, production company with a mission to develop and produce socially-conscious film, television, documentary and digital content with an emphasis on authentic stories which may be otherwise under-represented in dominant culture
More than a Production Company
Making it happen
Jess received the Future is Female Award at the International Conference on Family Planning in 2018 for her work co-designing a sexual and reproductive health program with Population Services International and young women in West Africa. She is one of Real Leader Magazine’s 100 Visionary Leaders (2018) and is an alumna of the Schusterman Foundation’s REALITY Israel trip for women in leadership. She has been featured in Variety, Huffington Post, SWAAY, Glass Ceiling, and more and has spoken at UN General Assembly Week, SAP Next Gen, BBYO, and at film festivals across the country. She is on the board of Rooftop Films.
Jess is represented by ICM Partners and Pierce Law Group LLP.
Audrey is co-founder of Invisible Pictures, a woman-led company producing film, television, documentary and digital content. Invisible focuses on underrepresented stories not traditionally highlighted in dominant culture. The motto “nothing about us without us" is the foundation for their inclusive development process, and commitment to authenticity both on and off screen. Invisible's first feature film presentation, BULL, will premiere in the Uncertain Regard section of Cannes Film festival in May 2019. And their roll out of compelling digital content begins with SOUL CITY, an anthology series set to air on Topic.com in October 2019.
Audrey was Emmy-nominated as Executive Producer along with Steven Soderbergh on the HBO documentary, HIS WAY. She was an Executive Producer on the Emmy- winning HBO documentary BY THE PEOPLE: THE ELECTION OF BARACK OBAMA, produced with Edward Norton. Audrey was part of the producing team with Christine Vachon on Douglas McGrath’s INFAMOUS, starring Sandra Bullock, Daniel Craig and Toby Jones. She produced Sean Gullette’s award-winning feature, TRAITORS, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival, had its North America premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. Audrey Co-Executive Produced Dawn Porter’s TRAPPED, which won a special jury prize at Sundance for social impact filmmaking. She was consulting producer in charge of the U.S. strategy for Raoul Peck’s Academy-Award nominated film I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO.
Audrey is a member of the Producer's Guild of America and actively involved with the Women's Impact Network and the Diversity committees. She is a board member for the permaculture inspired organization, based in Zimbabwe, called The Soft Foot Alliance.