Amy Lillard is the Executive Director of Washington Filmworks and has been with the program since it launched in 2007. Under her leadership, WF has helped over 90 film projects complete principal photography, which have brought an estimated 242 Million dollars to the statewide economy.
Amy Lillard started her career as an independent film publicist out of New York and Los Angeles designing the release campaigns for groundbreaking films such at “The Blair Witch Project,” “American Psycho” and “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.” Amy retired from publicity in 2000 and took a trip around the world. Two years and 42 countries later, she settled in Seattle where she has worked in various capacities including, director of publicity and promotion at SIFF, festival director of the Reel Cinerama Film Festival, and producer of the Fly Filmmaking Challenge.
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Director of Finance & Operations
After graduating with honors from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Julie began her career in New York working on the sitcom “Spin City,” starring Michael J Fox. When the production moved to Los Angeles, Julie followed. Julie continued to work in production accounting for both NY and LA based shows such as “Scrubs,” “Hope & Faith” and HBO’s “Entourage,” until 2005 when she became involved in LA’s burgeoning New Media community. Julie began her own New Media production company where she created a weekly podcast, an award winning mini-sitcom web series, as well as produced work for clients such as TBS.com, and promotional web videos for independent music artists. In 2008, eager to learn more about various state film incentives, she worked as a lead accountant on an independently produced feature, “Ms January.” Shortly after she moved to Seattle and joined Washington Filmworks.
Production Services Manager
Vicky Berglund-Davenport is an artist, filmmaker, and native Washingtonian. While at Western Washington University she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in visual communications, concentrating in film, TV, and photography. She has been a filmmaker for over 25 years and worked on award winning shows like “Northern Exposure” as a supervising location manager. Vicky is a proud member of the Location
Managers Guild International. She also served for over 5 years at Seattle Center as an arts program manager.
Vicky’s screen credits include feature films, TV series and commercials. A few of those credit include “Singles,” “My Own Private Idaho,” “War of the Roses,” “Say Anything,” “Past Midnight,” “Ten Things I Hate About You,” “The Vanishing,” “Language Arts,” “East of the Mountains,” “Outside In,” and “Three Busy Debras.” Vicky is also a producer of everything from short films and VR to corporate and commercials.
Kayleigh Ochs graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Broadcast Production and a Film Studies minor. After graduating with honors, she began working at a forensic video lab as a forensic video technician. She moved to Seattle in 2015 and joined the public sector, providing administrative support to various departments at the City of Seattle. Kayleigh has a passion for serving the community she lives in and, as a lifelong Washington resident, she is honored to be part of showcasing the creative industries in her home state.
Director of Rural Economic Development (contractor)
Sherrye Wyatt is a native Washingtonian who was raised on a farm in the Columbia Basin. She has extensive experience working primarily in agriculture-related industries, including grain, apples, grapes, wine and cider. This has included advocacy work with various trade associations ranging from the Washington Association of Wheat Growers in Ritzville, Washington to the North American Export Grain Association in Washington, D.C. Over the years, she has either lived or worked within 16 of the state’s 30 rural counties. Her film background includes pioneering the film liaison position for Island County, and then filling the role for more than 10 years. Recent film experience includes The Hour After Westerly and Midday Black Midnight Blue. Sherrye also served two terms on the Washington Filmworks board of directors. She’s a graduate of Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow School of Communications.