Current: HBO | Director & Executive Producer on Feature Length Doc “TSITSP” (working title) 

Giselle Bailey is a director and producer working across film, tv and commercial production. Coming from a Jamaican family that pioneered the Rastafarian and repatriation movement to Ethiopia, she is passionate about raising the voices of Black people throughout the world. She is currently directing a HBO feature length documentary. Her most recent credits include director for "Burn the House Down"(working title) for Viceland France which follows artist Kiddy Smile, senior producer for Viceland's docu-series “My House,” about the African American vogue scene in NYC, and producer on Emmy nominated “Gaycation,” a docu-series that investigates LGBTQIA+ culture and homophobia globally.