With a degree in communications and a background in journalism, Stephanie uses her skills at interviewing towards award-winning documentary film-making. Her credits include work on two Emmy-winning documentaries: The Inaugural Ride to Freedom with Barack Obama and Madagascar: Conservation vs. Survival. She then went on to produce and direct her own documentary and passion project, To Love & Support: The American Military Spouse. It aired on PBS and won awards in the categories of Producing and Feature at the Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards.
Stephanie has also had the pleasure of working on the BBC & Showtime documentary, Whitney: Can I Be Me?, chronicling the life of Whitney Houston. She has also worked on several shows including The Late Show with David Letterman, Wahlburger’s, Pit Bulls and Parolees, American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance, and Teen Medium, just to name a few.
Her current endeavors include a foray into scripted content as a creative non-writing producer with an emphasis on comedy. Projects in the works include a romantic comedy and an episodic comedy. But more to come on that later… When not working on award-winning TV and films projects, she can also be found producing international events like the The New Yorker Festival, European Championships, Special Olympics World Games, and Artistic Gymnastic World Championships. Stephanie is a proud member of the Producers Guild of America and is the Lead Facilitator for the PGA National Employment Speed Networking Events.