Writer | Producer | Director
Elizabeth is the founder of production company, Jane & June Entertainment based out of Los Angeles, California. She is an American Film Producer, Screenwriter and Director.
Her company has produced commercials for global companies including, Unnata Aerial Yoga, Contorture and Where Is My Guru. Although she focuses on Film and Television, she has a soft spot for yoga and circus arts. She often produces videos and commercials showcasing her friends teaching their craft.
Elizabeth began to collaborate with other production companies including, Can You Dig It! Productions on Three's A Pain (Mini-Series) and StrongWill Entertainment on the 2nd Season of the YouTube Mini-Series, The Rules of Messin' Around. In Summer 2015, Jane & June Entertainment and StrongWill Entertainment co-produced an Award Winning Short Film, Circumvent, taking home 3 awards out of 8 nominations including, Best in Genre, Best Ensemble Cast and Best Supporting Actor at the Nashville 48 Hour Film Festival.
Recently, Elizabeth worked on several productions including, Madhouse Mecca (Scott Evans, Tony Denman, Tera Patrick, David Keith, Adam LaVorgna), Mercy (Harry Shum, Jr., Jona Xiao), Southbound (Scott Evans), I Just Can't Life Right Now, Lightning Dogs, Intuition, In the Spotlight and more.
Writer | Producer | Actor
Casey McCullum is an MBA Graduate from Middle Tennessee State University. Prior to her Concentration in International Business she received her Bachelors in Speech & Theatre. She has worked with Ape Prime Productions as an Executive Producer for the award winning short “The Green Hornet”. Upon her arrival to Los Angeles, CA she started as a post production consultant with Jane and June on a web series, I Just Can’t Life Right Now. In 2018, with Jane and June founder and friend Elizabeth Ayers, Casey co-produced several shorts and the feature film, I’m Not Afraid and later that year accepted a partner role with the company.
Quote: “At Jane and June our driving force is community, that’s why we have pledged proceeds from each of our projects. In hopes that through the creation of our films we can bring difficult issues to light to be openly addressed while also providing financial assistance to those in need.”