Andrea Kainuma Jackson is a writer and producer living in Los Angeles.
She relocated from the East Coast to Los Angeles after receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Media Production. Los Angeles quickly became home, as she is an active member of the community and lover of local history.
Her career began as an editor for several print and digital publications in relation to the arts, culture and media. Currently, Jackson’s multi-media portfolio includes syndicated radio, commercial production, scripted/non-scipted television and viral video content. Several recent positions involve pre/physical and post-production duties including a working knowledge of distribution processes.
She is an avid traveler, writer, and artist. Her most notable project is an ongoing illustration series dubbed “Architecture for the Masses”, inspired by her Brazilian heritage. Her most recent project is the complete renovation of a vintage 1969 Silver Streak “Jet” trailer recently featured on The Ellen Show.