Award-winning multimedia producer, content creator and curator, artist, and archival storyteller working across audio, video, print, and live activation.
My passion is working with creative teams to help artists, agencies, estates, brands, & organizations reimagine, remix, and creatively curate their archival content with modern day collaborative partners, drive impactful strategic initiatives, create innovative digital and physical storytelling content and develop new business opportunities.
Clients and Collaborators include: The GRAMMY Foundation The Recording Academy The New York Times The Library of Congress Sony Legacy Narratively powerHouse Books BRIC Arts Media Brooklyn Academy of Music Erroll Garner Estate Irwin Fleminger Estate Rozanne Gold Culinary Estate Caffe Lena WorkxWork Poetiv Bella Beans Organics Monterey Jazz Festival New Orleans Jazz Festival New York State Council on the Arts Jocelyn's GRAMMY, Library of Congress and ASCAP Deems Taylor Award-nominated projects have resulted in collections being placed at the Library of Congress, colleges and universities. As a musician (artist name: Rabasi Joss) raised in a family of artists, Jocelyn understands firsthand the unique challenges creative people face in organizing their historical material. She enjoys exploring new ways to reimagine "buried treasure" to promote her clients' legacies - exploring the intersection between longtime and new audiences and supporting social justice causes. She teaches multimedia production at the NY Times Summer Institute.