Julia Boyd is a Los Angeles-based producer/director and performer. She currently works at VICE as an Associate Producer of unscripted & documentary content. Previously, Julia worked at Refinery29, most notably producing and directing the Streamy and GLAAD Award-nominated digital docuseries State of Grace.
Julia began her career on the video team at Big Machine Label Group in Nashville, and as an Atlanta native, she enjoys returning to the Southeast for work whenever possible.
She is also a UCB-trained improviser and comedian, playing shows around LA with her team, Safety Hat. Julia has independently crafted 3 digital series since 2015: Lightweights, The Blow Up Couch Show, and Vanity Fair July 2003.
Other interests include early 2000s pop culture, eating dessert, forcing her friends to play Werewolf, spending too long looking at reflections and refractions of light, and making an iced coffee last for 5 hours.
You can find her photo + video work Instagram @juliaboydphoto and keep up with her day to day ramblings and roamings at @julesb2. You can watch Vanity Fair July 2003 at @vanityfairjuly2003 and watch The Blow Up Couch Show at @blowupcouch.
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