Jacqueline Dow is a New York City based writer and director. Originally hailing from the great city of Boston, Jackie crossed enemy lines to head to New York for college years back and never left. Jackie has worn several hats in the film and commercial world. She started out as a copy editor for a boutique New York advertising agency before moving into the production world where she has worked as an assistant director and as a director. Her road to directing has made her uniquely capable of coming up with fun, creative, and producible content! Jackie’s filmography includes a pilot, short films, documentary shorts, promotional films for charitable organizations, and commercial work. Her commercials have won awards at the Porsche Awards and been shortlisted for the AICP. Jacqueline and her work were included in the Director’s Guild’s New Director’s Showcase and 2018 ITVFest, among other festivals. With her pilot, Little Hope, Jacqueline was a finalist in the 2018 HBO Access Directing Fellowship. She received her MFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. She is currently in the editing room with two shorts and webseries that she recently directed.