Julie Campbell has been a television and film producer since 1986. Early in her career she worked as a producer, account executive, and legal consultant at Rampion Visual Productions in Boston. There she produced two film documentaries for the BBC London, music videos, and television spots for the band Boston and Barrence Whitfield and the Savages. Additionally, she co-produced a weekly Boston financial talk show The Bottom Line, and a series of national public service announcements for Buckle-Up for Safety with the Boston Red Sox, the New England Patriots, and singer/songwriter Carly Simon.
In 1993, Julie left the studio and initially produced music videos, television spots, as well as lectured, wrote, and produced nationally distributed educational videos for the legal profession. Julie also produced demonstrative evidence videos for prominent trial attorneys on high profile cases, including the O.J. Simpson and Louise Woodward trials. In 1997, Julie was named "The Best Demonstrative Evidence Expert Producer in Massachusetts" by Lawyers Weekly.
In 1998, Julie switched gears to pursue her passion for feature films and formed Mark Campbell Productions, an independent film production company (named after her late brother). And in 1998 she produced the feature film Urban Relics, a comedy starring Richard Romanus (Mean Streets, The Sopranos) and Frank Sivero (The Godfather, Goodfellas, and The Wedding Singer).
For the last eight years Julie and longtime friend and filmmaker Peter C.B. Masterson has been developing a baseball film entitled The 26th Man, based on the life story of professional baseball player, coach, and minor league manager, Ed Nottle. After purchasing the life rights to Nottle's story she hired award winning screenwriter Eugene Corr (Desert Bloom, Profonatine) to write the screenplay (recently endorsed by Chris Berman of ESPN).
In 2010, Julie signed on to co-produce One Lucky Moon a feature film written an directed by Peter Bogdanovich, with David Von Roehm executive producer/partner and CEO of Luck Films founded by the legendary singer, songwriter, and actor Willie Nelson now in development.
In 2011, she signed on to develop and produce the feature film entitled Cottonwood based on the best selling novel of the same name written by critically acclaimed award winning singer/songwriter, music producer Stacy Dean Campbell. Julie is a signatory producer with the Writers Guild of America, a member of Women in Film, LA and Boston. [BACK]