Kelly Jo Brick
Kelly Jo Brick is a television writer (one hour drama) and copywriter. She graduated with honors from the University of Wisconsin, earning a B.A. in both Communications and English – Creative Writing. She is a winner of Scriptapalooza TV and has won numerous Addy and Wisconsin Broadcaster Awards. Her career has extended from stage to radio to television and film, including experience working for ABC, NBC, CBS and public television. She co-wrote the play, Music Kids, which was produced as part of the Wisconsin Heartland Festival and has been published in a variety of magazines. Brick is the writer of the Telly Award winning film, PAUSE, a realistic and engaging portrayal of what happens after teens are involved in a drinking and driving accident. She is currently writing and co-producing a documentary on a Frank Lloyd Wright property for Elevate Media Group. As a member of Women In Film-LA, Kelly Jo is involved with the WIF PSA Program and is a participant in the Women In Film Foundation’s Mentoring Circles. She is also an active member of the entertainment industry group, the Table, an organization made up of over 2,000 directors, producers, writers, actors, editors, composers and more (including Oscar, Emmy, Hugo and Edgar winners, New York Times bestselling authors, and those who have worked for major studios, networks and publishers).