An award winning documentary filmmaker and writer, Jill applies her artistic sensibilities in a very practical way. Her documentary film, “Fight Like a Girl,” won Best Documentary at Other Venice Film Festival, Best Documentary at Artemis Film Festival, Best of the Fest at American Documentary Film Festival and was awarded a gold medal from the World Boxing Council for Inspiration, Education and Courage. Fight Like a Girl is available on iTunes, Amazon, Vimeo, Google Play, and Vudu
Jill recently interviewed Cris Cyborg for VICE and was a producer on the piece. Her film, “STRIPPED”, ran on the Sundance Channel and won “Best Documentary” at the Women’s International Film Festival in Sydney. It was well received by critics in New York, LA, and on the festival circuit. Morley’s short, Eye Poppin’ premiered at the AFI Film Festival. Her play, “True Confessions of a Go-Go Girl” was optioned and made into a film on Lifetime Television. She worked on Davis Guggenheim’s “The Dream Is Now” documentary on immigration reform and continues to do corporate videos, weddings and other events.
Jill is a contributing writer to The Village Voice, The New York Press, Penthouse, Inside Kung Fu, Martial Arts and Combat Sports, Shout Magazine and Gear Magazine. Her short stories and monologues have been published in several anthologies. She co-produced two radio documentaries for “The World” and “This American Life,” which aired on NPR.
Besides shooting for Time Magazine, Discovery Channel, E! Entertainment, TLC, PBS, and MTV, Jill has enjoyed creating videos for Gerber, Activision, Broadridge, Kiehls, Mercedes, Avon and the US Marine Corps, as well as behind the scenes videos for David LaChapelle.
A black belt in Taekwondo, Jill has practiced Muay Thai, jujitsu and recently won the National Golden Gloves in the 106lbs Masters Division.
I am an artist, an actress, a filmmaker and Dream Funding Coach. I have produced 8 independent feature films. I was featured in HBO’s Bored to Death, VH1 “If you like…” commercial and Vetiver “Everyday” music video. I believe in magic, passion, dedication and creativity and also encourage it in the coaching sessions I provide. My feature film work includes: director of “Adventures in Plymptoons!” documentary on Oscar nominated animator Bill Plympton,
Creator of documentary “Ginger Girls: The Secret Lives of Redheads,” Creator of narrative feature “Little Fishes,”
Co-producer and Co-star of Supernaturalz: “Weird, Creepy and Random,”
Co-producer and Co-star of “7 Deadly Sins: Inside the Ecomm Cult”
Editor of “Vampira: The Movie”
Associate Producer of “The Wild World of Ted V. Mikels”
Co-producer of “Beyond the Noise: My Transcendental Meditation Journey”
Co-producer and Co-star of “The Amazing Kreskin on Ultimate Fear.”
Upcoming Film: ‘The Fantastic Santa Monaco,” a narrative film about two bisexual women, who are looking for love, connection and significance in Los Angeles. You can watch my show about creative entrepreneurs and world changers on Sqeeqee.com. My priority in life is to have fun and inspire the creative minds to live their art life at its fullest. I have a blackbelt in crowdfunding and dreammaking.
Tasha Cooney has an extensive background in the entertainment industry, over 15 years of hands on experience, acquiring a wide variety of knowledge in both TV, Film, commercial with both preproduction and production. Holding 2 degrees, Bachelors in Film Entertainment and AAS in Graphic Design Technology. Tasha’s background also includes extensive training in set design, sound department, art department, photography, video editing, camera operating, producing, production management and assisting directing. Tasha lives in her passion, there is no such thing as work, it is one long continuous vacation. Tasha is also a mentor, speaker
The skills Tasha has acquired throughout her career are such an asset and a Shooting Ninja!