Faith Pennick

Brooklyn, NY USA
Website: http://

Professional Experience

My talents are multi-faceted. I am a writer, public relations specialist, filmmaker and proofreader. My work has covered subjects including reproductive rights, labor issues, gentrification, body image and mental health. I have written pieces for (the former), the DOC NYC film festival, 1199SEIU, and (Spike Lee's web site).


10 Years
10 Years
20 Years


Arts & Humanities
10 Years
Women's Issues
10 Years


Independent Feature Film
10 Years
Marketing (in-house) - Small to mid-sized corp. cl
10 Years
1 Year

Total Media Industry Experience

20 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs) (1-2), DOC NYC film festival (1-2), (now HuffPo Black Voices) (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

1199SEIU (10+), Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women's Network (1-2), Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church (1-2)

Other Work History

indy filmmaker - owner, Organized Chaos Mediaworks; communications specialist, 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, asst. account manager: Connors Communications.

Technical Skills

Final Cut Pro, After Effects, Photoshop

Foreign Language Skills

proficient in French

Computer Skills

Word, Excel, HTML


available upon request


NARAL Pro-Choice America, Roxbury Film Festival, Personal PAC of Illinois




film/video work

The trailer from my 2010 documentary film "Weightless" that aired on the former Documentary Channel. Credits: director/producer/co-editor
A video I shot and edited showing Warwick Healthcare Campus urging other colleagues to vote to join 1199.
An excerpt from my award-winning documentary film, "Silent Choices." Excerpt features Angela describing the illegal abortion she had in college. Credits: director/producer/editor

writing samples

1) A press release announcing a campaign victory for workers. 2) A flyer written to convince health care workers to vote to join 1199.
Article written about African Americans who use online dating sites.
page two of online dating article
An review of the Oscar-winning film "12 Years a Slave" that segues into a cinematic and cultural survey of the filmography of director Steve McQueen. (NOTE: The hard copy is too large to upload to this page. Please visit the URL to read the piece).
A short, mid-season review of American Horror Story: Coven and how the television show depicts its African American characters.
A promotional article for the documentary "Mother of Rock: Lillian Roxon", which screened at the DOC NYC film festival. Director Paul Clarke was interviewed for the piece.
Copy for the splash page of the original, the web site for acclaimed filmmaker Spike Lee.