Stacy Jorgensen - Founder
Stacy Jorgensen, Founder and Producer at Jorgensen Pictures, is originally from Deland, Florida. She moved to Los Angeles at the age of 17 to attend the University of Southern California, where she studied theatre and cinema.
Stacy founded her first company, Little Engine Films, in 2009 in order to develop, finance, and produce female driven, Independent films. Her first film under the Little Engine banner, "Grey Skies," went on to much critical acclaim among horror festivals and sci-fi/horror fans. The film has been sold all over the world to countries like Japan, Germany, China, Austria, Switzerland, and Thailand, followed by a DVD release in 2011 and a world television premiere in 2012.
In 2012, Stacy created Jorgensen Pictures to produce and co-produce commercial films slated for theatrical distribution. Her first project under the Jorgensen Pictures banner, "Strong Enough to Die," was adapted from Jon Land's first novel in the Caitlin Strong series. This project is a co-production with Handpicked Films.
Stacy currently lives in West Hollywood with her dog, Pillo. When she is not developing and producing film and television content, she advocates for various animal welfare groups, and is a strong supporter of the ASPCA. Stacy is also an Executive Member of Women in Film.