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Our Team


I have always surrounded myself with people who can’t imagine doing anything else but this. Filmmaking is a collaboration of passionate, opinionated individuals committed to teamwork.  The job is boss.  


Peter Jones has been nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award five times, winning twice: for his A&E Biography special Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow (1997), and for Stardust: The Bette Davis Story (2006). His Peabody Award-winning Inventing LA: The Chandlers and Their Times (2009) premiered as a national primetime special on PBS, and Johnny Carson: King of Late Night (2012) remains the highest-rated film in the 31-year history of the PBS series American Masters.

Over the course of a decade, Peter Jones Productions created 85 profiles for A&E Biography, many written and directed by Jones.

Peter is a graduate of Stanford (BA, American Studies) and Northwestern (Masters, Medill School of Journalism). He has twice been the recipient of the Producer of the Year Award from The Producers Guild of America.


Taylor Vracin-Harrell is the Supervising Producer at Peter Jones Productions. She first joined the PJP team for Blue Sky Metropolis

Her personal work reflects her passion for social justice and civil rights, and her films have been shown in festivals around the country. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from California State University, Long Beach, where she was the recipient of multiple scholarship awards. 

A native of Los Angeles, Taylor loves dogs and all kinds of music.


Bryan believes film, first and foremost, is a medium of communication. The key to this medium is empathy. It is through empathy that we connect people with ideas that challenge, entertain and inform. As an editor, his Emmy nominated and award-winning work includes Designated Survivor and Her Story. All Man: The International Male Story marks Bryan’s feature directorial debut.


Outside of work, you'll find him wandering around the world with a camera around his neck. His passion for human beings, relationships, and travel have led him across South East Asia and the United States, documenting queer culture through black-and-white photography.


Jesse Finley Reed’s work as a visual artist, filmmaker and art director is passionately engaged with social welfare issues, the LGBT experience and pop-culture. His artwork has been exhibited internationally at galleries, museums, and public art sites.

As an art director, Jesse has worked with ad agencies in New York and Los Angeles, crafting campaigns for Pepsi, Chrysler, and UCLA. He served as creative director at the Los Angeles LGBT Center — the largest LGBT organization in the world — where he created a multi-platform campaign to promote PrEP and safer sex strategies. ALL MAN: The International Male Movie is his first documentary film.