Jennifer MacLeod: Media Producer

Jennifer MacLeod always liked the Tolstoy quote, where he says all great stories are about one of two things; someone going on a journey or someone coming to town.  She may have taken this too literally when she moved from Canada to Switzerland, but she’ll do anything for a good story.

Once upon a time, Jennifer was working in Toronto in the film and television industry. For more than a decade she managed video and audio production for domestic, US and international markets. She loved it and believes there is nothing better than collaborating with creative people to deliver engaging content. So why did she leave?

Jennifer MacLeod, Digital Media Producer at Jenneve Digital
Jennifer MacLeod

Flip to the west coast chapter. Moving to Vancouver provided a whole new adventure. Jennifer met some incredible people and became part of a video production start-up, an opportunity that remains a professional highlight for her. It was challenging but the company’s success was exhilarating, and sharing that experience with a talented team made it all the better.

In 2014,  Jennifer jumped at the chance to live in Geneva as she now took challenge and new partnerships as the welcome  consequence of moving. She is back behind the camera, in the editing chair and producing video content and audio podcasts. Most importantly though, she continues to follow her love of good stories and her passion for digital storytelling.

You can find details of Jennifer MacLeod’s professional adventures on LinkedIn

Producer at Side Street Post: Selected Credits

Posters for The Haunting Hour, Oil Sands Karaoke and Sold.

Selected Production Management Projects

Posters for Where the Truth Lies, Foolproof and Saint Ralph

IMDB credits for Jennifer MacLeod

Jennifer MacLeod is a Founding Member of Women in Digital Switzerland

Jennifer MacLeod is also a member of Genuine Women

Inspiration:

… the secret of the great stories is that they have no secrets. The great stories are the ones you have heard and want to hear again.

– Arundhati Roy

A story is a way to say something that can’t be said any other way.

– Flannery O’Connor
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