Meet Vicky Berglund-Davenport and Carmen Orange

Washington Filmworks is pleased to introduce two new staff members: Production Services Manager Vicky Berglund-Davenport and Executive Assistant Carmen Orange.

Vicky will help manage our multiple resources such as the Reel Crew and Production Services directory, Reel Scout Location database, and other film industry resources on our website. She’ll also be here to answer any questions about all things film in Washington State.

Carmen will provide a full range of support services to facilitate the efficient operation of Washington Filmworks, helping organize and coordinate meetings, events, and supporting ​​legislative work and communications.

Here’s a little bit about Vicky and Carmen:

Vicky Berglund-Davenport
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.

Carmen Orange
Executive Assistant

Carmen holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art History from the University of Southern California and a Master of Fine Arts in film producing from the American Film Institute Conservatory in Los Angeles, CA where she received the prestigious Fotokem Post-Production Award for one of her thesis films, “TRICK.”

Carmen has worked in the film industry for over 20 years, in a myriad of roles that include working in film distribution, assisting high level studio executives and film directors as well as developing and producing low to mid-budget films. She has also served as the Talent and Organizational Programs Coordinator at Alaska Airlines where she coordinated the in-house education programs and employee conferences.

Carmen currently resides in her native hometown of Seattle Washington, where she enjoys photography, sewing, writing, bonding with family over a game of pinochle, spending time with friends, and is a skeet shooting enthusiast.