Debbie has over twenty-five years of experience in all facets of motion picture and video production from conception, script breakdown, and budgeting, through production, post, and distribution. She has been to Sundance eight times with ten premieres, both narrative and documentary - all of which have found distribution. Debbie just wrapped the US portion of the movie Winchester. She worked on the recently aired ABC miniseries, When We Rise, and also worked on the new Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. Debbie completed the re-enactments for Gold Mountain, a TV doc about Chinese immigration in the 1800’s, Viz Efx for Mario Van Peebles movie USS Indianapolis, and a Netflix /Warner's episode of Fuller House. Another of her successful projects was co-producing the feature The Diary of a Teenage Girl, directed by Mari Heller. She has also worked features such as Tim Burton’s movie, Big Eyes and Woody Allen’s, Blue Jasmine, Jennifer Seibel Newsom’s documentary feature Miss Representation and the TV shows Alcatraz and Red Widow. Debbie Co-produced Peter Bratt’s popular movie, La Mission, Finn Taylor’s The Darwin Awards and Cherish, and produced Joshua Grannel’s All About Evil. Debbie produced the award-winning feature film Dopamine, which was a big hit at the Sundance Film Festival 2003, directed by Mark Decena.
"Working with Debbie is a pleasure, she brings the whole crewtogether as a family and a community, that reminds us whyworking in the San Francisco Bay Area is a privilege."