Kristin Lovejoy has 15 years of experience creating interdisciplinary, interactive cultural content for a variety of media. For the past decade, she has worked on a team as a TV and multi-media producer at PBS /WNET. The work encompassed more than 20 GREAT PERFORMANCES and Culture & Art specials as well as multi-part series for PBS national primetime broadcast and worldwide distribution (all international co-productions). She also created both long and short form content for multiple media platforms including TV, DVD and web (including: Patti Smith Dream of Life, The Music Instinct, Paris The Luminous Years: Towards The Making of The Modern, Simon Schama’s Power of Art).
Lovejoy also produced content for the web and oversaw the master DVD authoring process for Degas and The Dance (Peabody Award) and for EMI, she produced a six-part DVD set, Barenboim on Beethoven (Midem Classics Award, Best Concert DVD) featuring legendary pianist Daniel Barenboim playing all 32 Beethoven Sonatas and in 6 master classes along with interactive timelines. Prior to PBS, Lovejoy worked at Batwin + Robin Productions with projection designers on two large-scale (digital) scenic backdrops for Broadway: How To Succeed In Business Without Really (a 32 monitor video wall with 3D animation behind live onstage action and choreographed scene transitions), and Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring ‘Da Funk and on an immersive multimedia museum exhibit for the Museum of Jewish Heritage.
International Emmy Awards Judge, Arts Preliminary Rounds (2002, 2003, 2010, 2011)
British Academy of Film and Television Arts and New York Women in Film and Television