From SOHO, New York, Jocelyn is a filmmaker and screenwriter who got her start as a host and reporter for Emmy-Award winning children’s television on NBC. Her screenplay, Wolf, is a winner of the George RR Martin Screenwriter Award and in 2017, was performed as a play at Mr. Martin’s theater, the Jean Cocteau, starring Forrest Goodluck (The Revenant) and Khaliya Kimberlie (The Voice). Jocelyn plans to direct Wolf as a feature film as well as her most recent script, a comedy called The Last Standup. Her short film, Baby Monitor, is a New Visions award winner and her film, Lobster, won the Women in Film and Television International Showcase. Both films are distributed by the Spiritual Cinema Circle, a division of Vivendi, and have toured theaters worldwide. Jocelyn was associate producer for Sundance hit, Chuck & Buck, and directed reality television for E! and Essential Entertainment. She taught film production for the New Mexico Filmmakers Intensive (NMFI) at the College of Santa Fe and was a guest lecturer at UCLA.  Jocelyn is the founder and director of New Mexico Girls Make Movies (NMGMM), a non-profit program that provides education and job training to young women ages 12-25 in the film industry. She is a graduate of Brown University, the University of Bologna, Italy, and UCLA extension and is a Fulbright Scholar to Latvia, where she is a citizen.

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