Brooke Dooley is a graduate of San Francisco State University’s cinema program. Her devotion to storytelling and determination led her to produce over two dozen films before her 23rd birthday, including Joshua Moore’s feature I Think it’s Raining, which premiered at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
After working on a film in Pakistan, she became a development exec in Los Angeles where she packaged projects for brand sponsorship and mainstream distribution. After two years, Brooke launched her own boutique agency and cultivated the creative talent of emerging directors.
Since 2009, she has produced over 200 projects for clients including Google, U.S. Navy, Best Buy, BODYARMOR, Goodyear Tires, Samsung, and Disney.
She produced Erahm Christopher’s feature Listen starring Micah Hauptman, Jay Reeves, Karen Bethzabe and Maynor Alvarado; and most recently Chase Joliet’s feature debut Grapefruit starring Rosanna Arquette; and Charles Whitcher’s short film Mundo, executive produced by Eva Longoria and starring Bobby Soto, Otmara Marrero and Clayton Cardenas.
She recently completed a short term contract with Disney Branded Television, as a Production Executive, supervising marketing shoots for upcoming Disney+ titles American Born Chinese, The Santa Clauses, Out of My Mind, and Big Shot: S2.
She continues to attach herself to projects that stimulate a visceral chord with audiences. She holds a distinct expertise in collaborating with top executives while concurrently supervising day-to-day production needs.
She co-founded Goodinstinct to create artistic based tools that help people heal.
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