Giselle Bailey
Giselle Bailey
Artistic Visual Storyteller


Storytelling Is A Force For Transformation

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We Are Always In The Right Place At The Right Time


Giselle is based in New York City and has created work across the platforms of Film, TV, Art and Branded content. Her childhood memories are of moving between the Cayman Islands, England and the Bahamas before settling in the American South. Coming from a Jamaican family of artists and activists that pioneered the Rastafarian movement and repatriation to Ethiopia, she is passionate about the unique expression of Black stories from all over the world. She believes in the art of storytelling as a force for transformation and cultural emancipation. Writing and art are her instinctual forms of communication and these elements shape her work.


REcent work

Themes & Experience

As a filmmaker she explores ancestral philosophies and the creation of sub-cultures as a catalyst for social revolution. She is currently Directing and Executive Producing a HBO documentary on an underground scene of non-conformists in Nigeria who are creating a cultural revolution through their disruptive presence on social media. She is also collaborating as an Art Director and writer on the development of a docu-series with Lionsgate. Her most recent credits include Director and Executive Producer for the Documentary Film “Burn the House Down” [released in France as "Queer & Fier(ce)] for Viceland France which premiered at Frameline Film Festival; Senior Producer for Viceland’s docu-series “My House,” which won the Cannes Diversity Award, was nominated for a GLAAD Award and won a Silver Cleo for best title sequence; and Producer on the two time Emmy Nominated “Gaycation.”

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Post production

Branded Content

Giselle has worked with top post-production houses to produce motion graphics, design and visual effects for brands including Nike, Target, Delta, ESPN, Allstate, Footlocker, Toyota, Chase, Head & Shoulders, Kleenex, Time Warner Cable, and Illumination Studios. She continues to brings her love of design into her current work.



The team



Giselle works with a small purpose driven collective, Nala Films.

If I didn’t define myself for myself, I would be crunched into other people’s fantasies for me and eaten alive.
— Audre Lorde