Claire Gerety-Mott, originally hailing from a small town in Massachusetts, earned her film degree from Columbia University. Since moving to Los Angeles, she has written 7 features, 4 TV pilots, 3 web-series, a play, and a children’s book entitled Nathaniel T. Culpepper is Missing a Sock (currently available on Amazon.com). With her writing partner Katie Locke O’Brien, she sold a show to ABC and another to Warner Bros TV. The web series The Hub that she co-created and co-produced was optioned by IFC in May 2014 with showrunner Les Firestein from In Living Color attached. Bound For Greatness, one of the many short films she wrote, has won a plethora of awards at film festivals including an Audience Award at Cannes. With her experience working on studio films such as North Country, Torque, and Rumor Has It in multiple capacities, including assistant to director Niki Caro, she has gained much knowledge of the way the studio system works. Claire has a well-rounded knowledge of the craft of storytelling, life-long passion for the art of cinema, and an understanding of the media of film from many different vantage points. She is represented by Zadoc Angell and Matt Horwitz at Echo Lake Entertainment and Katy McCaffrey, Sean Barclay, and Jeff Greenberg at Gersh. She became the mother of Xoa Christine Gerety-Mott-Jahn on February 19, 2018 and her life has never been the same!