ABOUT SYDNEY K.
Making Films Till the Wheels Fall Off
Sydney is an producer and editor from Los Angeles, most noted for her producing and editing work on the Crackle Original reality TV Series, Men of West Hollywood. She is also known for her producing work with director Ken Shinozaki on 'Intelligentia,' currently featured on the sci-fi hit YouTube channel DUST; and for Gold Mine and Shifter, two features (respectively a Scifi-Western & Sci-fi Action-Thriller) created by Matthew Marder and also produced by Adam Chase Cohen.
Sydney was always a creative, but didn't get into film until early college at UC Santa Cruz. There she graduated as a double major in Literature and Film, cultivating over 30 short films. Using her modern literature and monster studies background, the work she creates in film production casts a long shadow with often hidden meanings and deeper insight. Currently, Sydney creates and develops scripted entertainment and radio-narratives under her company, Rickety Wheels Productions, as well as produces (and edits) unscripted television shows with Get Me Out Productions.
One of her screenplays, 'They Burn Yellow' was published as an eBook on Amazon Kindle, and even her sound work, under the name Jusqua'au Bout, has garnered attention through its broadcast in the 2017 International Radiophrenia Sound Festival based in Glasgow, Scotland.
Sydney graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a double major in Literature and Film with honors and awards in both fields. She took extra courses and programs at schools, such as the New York Film Academy and UCLA.