Louisiana Kreutz (Lucy for short) is a director and producer based in New York City. She started off in the editing room, cutting feature documentaries (including SWEETHEARTS OF THE PRISON RODEO for HBO) and reality television (SHIPPING WARS for A&E, MTV's series TRUE LIFE, and others). These years of experience in post-production helped grow her abilities in the field. Now, as a producer, Louisiana can clearly envision the end product, which enables her to go directly for the footage and interviews that count.
These days, Louisiana works in several capacities. She is a producer on independent documentaries and television series (most recently she was a supervising producer on an unnamed Netflix docu-series coming out in 2018). She is also an intrepid Shooter/Producer, shooting anywhere from the murky waters of the amazon to the sinking bayous of the deep south. These projects include the Sundance Institute's award-winning film JUNGLE FISH, as well as several segments for the History Channel's series HISTORY NOW. She also directs her own films, including feature narrative QUAKER OATHS. And last but not least, Louisiana continues to keep a hand in the post world. Last year, she edited THE GIANT STILL SLEEPS, a short documentary for PBS. She has led post-production teams under tight deadlines and knows how to shape content to make compelling narratives. In all of her endeavors, she ensures story comes first.