Carolyn Hill is an industry leader in the niche world of Sales for Commercial Production Companies. She specializes in cultivating relationships with people of interest at advertising agencies, brands, and production companies alike.
During the course of her career, Carolyn has booked more than $50 million dollars of work for her clients – including ongoing campaigns for vendors such as Oscar-winning studio Rhythm + Hues and internationally known animator Sylvain Chomet.
Taking on the role of U.S. Liaison for the ever expanding Production Service Network (PSN) three years ago, Carolyn has assisted in organizing shoots all around the world in places like Aruba, Costa Rica, Spain, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Amsterdam, Mexico, and Panama, to name a few.
She’s is currently serving her second term as an East Coast Board Member for the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP).
Carolyn is a Syracuse University alum from the Newhouse School of Communications and received her MFA at Columbia University.
Her first book of poetry, entitled Things I Don’t Want to Talk About, was published in 2016.
Amanda Rosenberg joined Carolyn Reps as a Sales Agent in 2013. Prior to this, she spent nine years amassing an eclectic freelance production resume, working on everything from commercials and televised live events, to reality shows.
Amanda’s first position in the advertising world was as the Broadcast Production Assistant at The Kaplan Thaler Group (now part of Publicis) where she watched every reel that was sent to her in effort to educate herself about the ins and outs of commercial production. Through this, she developed a discerning and keenly editorial eye for building project winning reels.
Amanda went on to be an Associate Producer at boutique Brooklyn ad agency, The Joey Company, a Production Coordinator on a multitude of reality style television programs (credits listed on IMDB), and finally a Producer at Nickelodeon’s in house Creative Agency followed by New York based animation studio Ataboy.
She is an active member of New York Women of Film and Television (NYWIFT) and was a judge for the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) Awards Show this past June (2018).
Amanda is a pop culture fanatic especially when it comes to television and Broadway musicals. To justify her consistent theatergoing, Amanda runs a blog and twitter account where she posts her celebrity stage door photos, opines about shows she has seen and discloses her secrets for finding discounts on tickets. TheaterGeek.net