Wednesday, February 14, 2018

28 Black Women Horror Filmmakers: Tiffany D. Jackson


Brooklyn native currently residing with her adorable chihuahua Oscar, Tiffany D. Jackson is a NAACP Image Award-nominated author and awkward black girl 24/7. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Film from Howard University and her Master of Arts in Media Studies from The New School University. She has over a decade of experience in the television industry, working for various networks and media companies including National Geographic (focused on documentaries such as Lockdown, a prison subculture series) Roc Nation, BET, FUSE, BBC AMERICA, and EPIX. From managing live events, concerts, festival showcases such as BET AWARDS and SXSW Music Show Case, to TV series, specials, and pilots such as FUSE: TOP 20 Countdown, Trending 10, The Hustle: After Party Live and in-studio concert series to producing hip-hop documentaries and artist promotional spots. In 2009, she wrote and directed the short horror film, The Field Trip, receiving praise in the film festival circuit. She is a lover of naps, cookie dough, and beaches, and if often found most likely multitasking. (Source)

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