Wendy is the president of Picture Motion, playing a leading role in business development, strategic planning, managing campaigns and digital initiatives. At Picture Motion, she ran engagement campaigns for Racing Extinction, Inequality for All, Rich Hill, Romeo is Bleeding and Above and Beyond. Wendy is currently working on The Bad Kids, LION and The 13th. Prior to joining the Picture Motion family, Wendy was the Senior Director of Film Campaigns at Participant Media where she developed innovative initiatives for Charlie Wilson’s War, The Visitor, Food, Inc, The Cove, Waiting for “Superman”, Lincoln, Middle of Nowhere and A Place at the Table.
Wendy was born and raised in Montreal and began her career in film in 2003 as the Programmer and Outreach Coordinator for the Media That Matters Film Festival and Media That Matters: Good Food project. In 2006, she became the first Community Manager for The Huffington Post in New York City. Wendy produced produced the 2011 Sundance Institute trailer titled Light is Love and recently completed production on the short film All Exchanges Final. Wendy continues to be a guest lecturer and panelist at festivals and schools around the country and has been profiled in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Chronicle of Philanthropy, The Hollywood Reporter and Mashable. She is a recipient of the 2010 New Leaders Council’s 40 Under 40 Leadership Award.