Jijo Reed is an Emmy Winning Producer and Executive Producer of over 45 feature films and/or series.  

Most recently in 2022, worked on MACHINE GUN KELLY’S LIFE IN PINK 2022 documentary for Hulu/Disney and the 2022 feature film TERROR ON THE PRAIRIE.

Jijo won an Emmy for the documentary he produced, Breathe Nolan Breathe and In 2019. He also Executive Produced the Jim Gaffigan starring feature film, AMERICAN DREAMER and the Fall 2019 Dale Earnhardt Documentary “BLINK OF AN EYE.” Jijo also was Executive Producer of the feature film, SHINE, in 2018, distributed by Disney and Netflix –

Jijo Reed is a 16 time Telly Award Winner, plus Webby, Horizon Interactive, Promax, Dot.Comm and OMNI award winner.

Reed directed and produced the adventure docuseries “GENERATIONS”, during which he became one of the very few men in the entire world to dive the actual wreckage of TITANIC at 2.5 miles below sea level. His “ground breaking cinematic” footage of Titanic is unprecedented and recognized worldwide. This was a “life changing experience of a lifetime.”

Also, Reed was Visual Effects Supervisor for THE AVENGERS S.T.A.T.I.O.N 3D interactive exhibit, the innovative and revolutionary experience which is currently a main attraction in Times Square, NY and Las Vegas.

Jijo was Executive Producer of the 2013 OBAMA PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION Concert in Washington DC featuring WIL I AM and JOHN LEGEND. Additionally, he has produced screen media for live music concert tours, including EMINEM’s MTV Awards performance and GUN & ROSES.

In 2004, Jijo created the hit VH1 show “CELEBRITY REHAB” which has won numerous awards and has helped people all over the world overcome addiction-

Throughout the 1990’s, he worked as Post Supervisor on the audio/visual ad campaigns of studio films such as Martin Scorsese’s CASINO, Jim Cameron’s TRUE LIES, STAR TREK, DIE HARD, LETHAL WEAPON 4, THE UNFORGIVEN, and many others.

Jijo Reed is a third generation Los Angeles native (grandson of Alan Reed, voice of FRED FLINSTONE and nephew of FRED ASTAIR’S choreographer Hermes Pan.