Creative Producer / Casting
Bicoastal filmmaker currently residing in Seattle
NY. CA. WA.
Kristy Richman (she/her) is a bi-coastal storyteller. Living in New York City, she was a casting coordinator and freelance indie producer for ten years. Richman started her journey in film at Lionsgate and has since collaborated with filmmakers worldwide, producing a mixture of episodic series, feature films, and short films. Since then, she has resided in West Hollywood and is now located in Seattle, Washington. Richman specializes in genre stories, as can be seen in her most recent productions: TableTalk, Hello World, It Cuts Deep, and Uncle Peckerhead. Her most recent work includes multiple collaborations with NFL's Seattle Seahawks.
She is an award-winning filmmaker and speaker holding the Arthur Krim Memorial Award for Excellence in Producing and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Producing from Columbia University.
Richman is currently writing a producer's guide to ULB indie filmmaking and is in the progress of building her next two series, The Daughter and Let's Chat.
Richman is expanding her psychology and social justice knowledge for a new adventure and commitment in allyship by obtaining her second Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology. Along with filmmaking, she is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate and enjoys working with creatives. She looks forward to positively impacting the entertainment industry and film production. Storytelling is her passion, whether through a camera lens or a personal lens of how to reshape life's narrative. Storytelling is crucial to us all. Richman holds her private practice as a trauma therapist and continues to work on creative projects as an indie film producer and coordinator.
With acknowledgment of these passions, her most impactful role in life is being a loving partner and mother.