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Lightfield Media was founded by Susie Arnett, a veteran of the television and media business who spent over 15 years working with many of the top companies in the field like Viacom, Universal and Warner Brothers in both Los Angeles and New York City.

Now, as an independent producer and consultant, Susie Arnett specializes in translating both individual and corporate brands into books, television and film, digital content, and games.  As a consultant, her clients are experts in their field and creators of groundbreaking and life-changing content. She supports and facilitates their ability to navigate the media landscape and expand their media presence in the popular culture.  In addition to advising clients on overall strategy, she helps clients with creative development, branding, and financing.

Prior to working as a consultant, she was the VP of Programming for Lifetime Television where she was responsible for supervising all program development for a spin-off channel targeted at women 12 – 34.  After that, she went to work for Barry Diller as VP of Programming to develop the station group, Studios USA, into a viable network.  Working entrepreneurially inside these large organizations, she was able to work with advertisers, cable operators and creatives to bring programming to market without selling out the soul of the idea.

As an executive producer, she has brought to air both documentary and non-fiction programming like the award-winning documentary NAKED STATES for HBO and MTV’s HOUSE OF STYLE.  She has also produced entertaining, prime time programming for ABC, The WB, and Telepictures Television.

In publishing, she has authored Born Yogis with Doug Kim, a charming coffee table book published by Rodale Press, that documents how we all begin life as little yogis and yoginis.  Also, she was the editor of “Coyote Goes Global”, published by O Books, and is currently editing “Parenting in Pictures”, a groundbreaking look at how we can use the mechanics of quantum physics to improve our family relationships.

She is passionate about bringing good ideas to the masses.  And about helping the masses bring their good ideas to the world.

Susie Arnett is a graduate of Georgetown University.

6 Comments Post a comment
  1. That’s really thinikng out of the box. Thanks!

    August 15, 2011
  2. I don’t know why…

    August 20, 2011
  3. Hi Susie,
    My name is Mark Henry. I would like to work with your company as a go to Production Sound Mixer.
    Additionally, I am in development on a few features and
    Am looking to partner with great producer in the near future.
    Please visit my website to learn more about me.

    Lastly, my good friend Greg Ammon recently finished Post on his first feature documentary, titled “59 Middle Lane, and he’s shopping it.

    February 5, 2012
    • It’s highly profitable, you might take a look at it… You could help the film really take off

      February 5, 2012
  4. http://www.someecards.com/confirm-send/MjAxMy1kZGI0ZTgzZDg0YmEwYzM1

    Hey did this link work? Happy year of the snake! just found yr sites. Congratulations on a bunch of stuff ! Happy birthday, DTF

    April 29, 2013
  5. James Pisano #

    I knew Susie in college. Though it’s been almost 30 years since I last spoke to her, I knew her to be a vibrant, intelligent woman. She was capable of seeing issues from many angles and quite open to discuss difficult issues with grace, poise and openness.

    February 19, 2014

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