Ashley Panzera

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Ashley Panzera is a senior video producer with over eight years of experience creating visual narratives that drive change and resonate across digital platforms. At Precision, Ashley produces creative concepts and formulates client needs into high-quality content and storylines that are technically and economically viable.

Before joining Precision, Ashley led storytelling initiatives and creative oversight at the international NGO Human Rights First. There, she produced promotional and advocacy videos to educate the public about human rights issues and build online communities of support. Ashley also has a background in documentary film production, working on feature films like A Road To Home (Newport Beach Film Festival, Toronto Arthouse Film Festival) and Pushing The Elephant (PBS’ Independent Lens). Her directorial debut Noise Runs screened globally and won Best Director and Sound from the Social Impact Media Awards.

In 2010, she was awarded the UnionDocs Collaborative Fellowship and is a member of the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective. Ashley received a bachelor of arts from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, majoring in media studies and minoring in women and gender studies.

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Ashley Panzera

Principal

Connect: Email

Social media must-follow:

@colorpalette.cinema

Article everyone should read:

The Racial Bias Built Into Photography by Sarah Lewis

Favorite app:

Airbnb

Ashley Panzera is a senior video producer with over eight years of experience creating visual narratives that drive change and resonate across digital platforms. At Precision, Ashley produces creative concepts and formulates client needs into high-quality content and storylines that are technically and economically viable.

Before joining Precision, Ashley led storytelling initiatives and creative oversight at the international NGO Human Rights First. There, she produced promotional and advocacy videos to educate the public about human rights issues and build online communities of support. Ashley also has a background in documentary film production, working on feature films like A Road To Home (Newport Beach Film Festival, Toronto Arthouse Film Festival) and Pushing The Elephant (PBS’ Independent Lens). Her directorial debut Noise Runs screened globally and won Best Director and Sound from the Social Impact Media Awards.

In 2010, she was awarded the UnionDocs Collaborative Fellowship and is a member of the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective. Ashley received a bachelor of arts from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, majoring in media studies and minoring in women and gender studies.

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