Lauren Flick is native New Yorker, and works as a writer, director and producer in television, film and digital media. She has produced long and short-form content for NBC, CBS, AMC, A&E Networks, CNBC, VOOM HD Networks and Warner Bros. While head of interstitial content for AMC’s Voom Networks, Lauren developed the original short-form series Keep it Green, which focused on social justice and environmental issues.
Lauren also directed and produced the expanded full half-hour episodes, which ran for three seasons and was sold in syndication to 37 countries. Lauren has written and directed countless short films, and her first feature film, Play it By Ear, starred Academy Award Winner Rita Moreno, Josh Stamberg (The Affair) and Jennifer Mudge (Shades of Blue).
Lauren has blended her talent for content creation with her passion for politics as she worked on a variety of Democratic initiatives including: crafting copy for Dame Helen Mirren in an anti-Brexit PSA, creating videos on SCOTUS9 for the Clinton campaign and most recently serving on the board of The Creative Resistance. — a group of media makers who use their talents to further democratic ideals. Drawing from her 20 years of experience in communication, Lauren also helps coach candidates, authors and entrepreneurs for the rigors of today’s media environment.
Currently, Lauren is in development of an original limited series she wrote entitled, Tales from Gen X.