Kimberley Ferdinando

Kimberley has been producing and directing premium documentaries and docu-series for a dozen years and has more than a hundred credits to her name. From chronicling the rise of ISIS to directing a rare interview with Adele, Kimberley is a non-fiction acrobat who has successfully developed and produced in every genre. She’s passionate about narrative storytelling and uses her background as a trained dancer to seamlessly choreograph her projects from shoot to screen. She began her media career in public radio as a news reporter at NPR affiliate WFUV, where she also served as the longtime producer of Vin Scelsa’s iconic free-form radio show “Idiot’s Delight.” Kimberley is a native New Yorker, lifelong question-asker and graduate of the NYC performing arts school that inspired the movie “FAME.”