Carolyn Hill is a veteran of the commercial production industry and currently serves on the Association of Independent Commercial Producers East Coast Board. She was also a judge for the 2016 AICP Show at MOMA and has served as a judge ten times over the years. Her production expertise spans complicated animation and VFX projects as well as advising on international production packages. Carolyn started in the business as a reporter for Shoot Magazine, during which time she met and interviewed every major director in the business, including Ridley Scott, Tony Scott, Michael Bay, Tarsem, Tony Kaye, and every executive producer in the business.
From her experience at Shoot and as a staffer for the AICP, Carolyn launched her independent representation career in the late 1990s. Although her moniker is “rep”, Carolyn oversees her projects like an executive producer. Carolyn has also served as Vice President of New York Women in Film & Television. Her first book of poetry – Things I Don’t Want To Talk About — came out in early 2016 and is available on Amazon. She has her BA from Syracuse University and her MFA in writing from Columbia University. Carolyn lives in CT with her husband and three children.