Hillary is a writer, director, and producer based in NYC. She has a penchant for stories that find humor in the everyday, and stories that explore the differences between who we are and the way we present ourselves to the world. Her comedic web series, Keep Me Posted, is a biting look at the impact of texting and social media on our closest relationships.

Hillary served as Producer on the latest short by award-winning director Heather Taylor, as well as Producer, Director, and Assistant Director on a variety of short films. She was Associate Producer on Pitch Her Productions’ inaugural short film, Our Everlasting Universe of Things, which played at festivals across the country. Hillary is a co-leader of the South Brooklyn chapter of Filmshop, a collective of independent filmmakers.

Hillary's personal essays have been published both online and in print, most recently in McSweeney's Internet Tendency and Eating Well magazine. You can also find some of her earlier work on late night reruns of Cash Cab, for which she worked as a writer and researcher. 

Before turning to writing and producing full-time, Hillary worked as Manager of Development for Lion Television, a production company specializing in unscripted programming for national cable networks.

Hillary can also be seen in an uncredited cameo in the Jeremy Lin documentary, Linsanity. In college, she spent her time dodging flying athletes and projectiles, risking bodily harm in the name of sports photography, and her photos have been published in National Geographic and Sports Illustrated.