Kailey Marsh is a literary manager, producer and lover of cinema. Founded in 2013, her company Kailey Marsh Media represents screenwriters and directors whose work spans all genres in the feature, television and digital space.
Before becoming a manager / producer, Kailey worked for Steven Schneider on PARANORMAL ACTIVITY, and then transitioned to Circle of Confusion, where she worked with two literary managers, and discovered a love for client representation. Some of KMM's clients include writer's Peter Hoare (E One's BABYSITTING, story editor on Kevin Can Wait), Jeff Howard (Supervising Producer The Haunting of Hill House, Ouija:2) Axelle Carolyn currently staffed on The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Seth Sherwood (Leatherface, the upcoming Wishing Stairs), animation director / creator Michael John Roberts (Supervising director Final Space on TBS & creator of Dallas & Robo for YouTube Red), Lee Fleming (The Lying Game, One Tree Hill) is a Consulting Producer, and writer on ALL NIGHT, an upcoming show from Awesomeness TV / Hulu as well as in pre production on his own show that's he's producing, and personality and creator Ira Madison III who hosts the popular podcast"KEEP IT" among others. KMM is producing film and television projects across town in various stages of production and has made a name for herself for making bold moves with an entrepreneurial spirit for her clients and career.
Kailey created BloodList in 2009, which is the annual selection highlighting the top, most-liked unproduced dark-genre screenplays, pilots. BloodList.com has become a platform of discovery for fresh voices in the horror world, helping get people represented and shining a light on talented filmmakers. In 2016, The Fresh Blood Initiative was launched and is a free submission system where writers can submit their projects for consideration on the Fresh Blood section of the annual BloodList.
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