Jill Soloway is the creator of Transparent, which has won two Golden Globes and eight Emmys, including two for her directing. Jill founded Topple Productions in 2015. She co-created and directs the new series I Love Dick, adapted from Chris Kraus’s critically acclaimed novel of the same title. Her first feature, Afternoon Delight, won the 2013 Directing Award at Sundance. Outside of the world of TV and film, Jill co-created theatrical experiences The Real Live Brady Bunch, The Miss Vagina Pageant, Hollywood Hellhouse and Sit and Spin and co-founded community organization East Side Jews. She is the author of the memoir Tiny Ladies in Shiny Pants and the upcoming memoir Would You Still Love Me If.