Heather DiPietro is a video producer based in New York with experience in broadcast and digital production.
She has produced content for Macy’s, LOFT, IBM, Robitussin, Dremel, Invisalign, GlenLivet, and MassMutual, Geena Davis Institute, National Black MBA, Museum City of New York, NYC Big Apps, Brooke Jackman Foundation, Arts Brookfield, Moet, Human Rights Foundation, Sundance, Sharper Image, Soap Opera Network, and many more. She has worked with top agencies such as Tribal DDB, AKQA, Carl Byrd & Co., Empower, Colle McVoy, and New-A. In addition, she’s been on the producing team of several successful films and web series including Unholy ‘Mole (2019), Paloma (2018), Mr. Richardson (2017), Corey (2018), Sugar! (2017), April Flowers (2017), Compatibility (2017), CO-OP (2015), How to Make It Big (2015), The Evolution of a Gen X-Purchaser (2015), My Story (2013), and Soap Life (2012).
When Heather isn’t freelancing as a producer, editor, photographer, and social media consultant, she can be found teaching at the Digital Film Academy where she lectures in Producing, Web TV Development, and Edit Theory. She is a member of Women in Telecommunications where she shares her experiences and skills with promising young women as they begin their journey into media careers. And she’s Head of Film at the non-profit organization, Clutch whose mission is to create opportunities for emerging female artists in theatre and film.
In her spare time she enjoys the theatre and long hikes, but especially loves making pancakes on Sunday mornings while catching up on episodes of General Hospital.