Jennifer Boyd is the Emmy award winning producer and owner of Boyd Productions, LLC. Among her projects, she is the co-creator and former series producer of the national public television music series Infinity Hall Live. Now is its 6th season, Infinity Hall Live has captured 40 concerts with major recording artists including Melissa Etheridge, Tori Amos, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Joss Stone, Keb Mo, Robert Cray, Ani Difranco and many more.
Under her strategic leadership, the series enjoyed steady growth over 6 years. On television, the show has been seen in 100 percent of the top 25 U. S. markets and 92 percent of all U. S. television markets.
Jennifer is also co-creator of The Kate. Filmed at the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, the series focuses on bold performers with something to say. She’s worked with a variety of artists on the show including Ana Gasteyer (SNL fame), Ann Wilson (Heart), Rickie Lee Jones, Jane Lynch (Glee) and Darlene Love.
Over the past year, both Infinity Hall Live and The Kate have been featured in RollingStone, Playbill, USA Today (print & on-line), the New York Times, Billboard and more.
Jennifer is also a well-established documentary producer, director and writer with 9 Emmy awards and more than 25 nominations to her credit. In one of her national public television documentaries, Teens: Behind the Wheel, independently controlled cameras were used to monitor teen driving behavior for six months. The eye opening results were featured on Good Morning America, Dateline, ABC World News Tonight and MSNBC, as well as numerous local news stations across the country. More than ten years later, the documentary is still used as a teaching tool in drivers education classes across the United States.
Other Emmy award winning projects include the documentaries Wall of Fire. Understanding the Divide, Seniors: Behind the Wheel, Kids and Cars: Before the Crash, Blizzard of ’78 and Prohibition: Connecticut Goes Dry.
Jennifer also enjoys working globally with corporate clients, as well as non-profits and NGOs to strengthen their message through video storytelling. Recent clients include IEEE, ESnet, Internet2, PBS, United Technologies and Otis.
Jennifer graduated cum laude from the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University.
senior producer/corporate liaison
Catherine Sager is responsible for developing Boyd Productions corporate client base and works on select projects. Over the course of Ms. Sager’s career, she has worked on long and short form programming for Fortune 100 companies, NOVA, PBS, American Public Television, The Discovery Channel, The National Institute for Mental Health and the
National Park Service. This work has garnered national awards including a Peabody, a Telly, and numerous Emmy’s. Her one-hour, public television documentary, Autism: Coming of Age, was chosen by judges from CBS, NBC, ABC and the PBS News Hour as the winner of the 2012 National Institute for Health Care Management Television Journalism Award. Recent recipients of this prestigious award include Frontline and 60-Minutes. The scope of her work covers engineering, history, healthcare and financial services.