Sally O’Grady is a producer and director whose non-fiction films have appeared at festivals throughout Europe, Australia and the United States. Her work is concerned with illuminating social issues in a visually unique manner. As a producer, she has created content for National Geographic, History Channel, The Smithsonian, MSNBC, PBS and Discovery Channel. Sally has also worked as a producer/director of branded content and commercials for Quicken Loans, ASICS, T Mobile, Tito’s and others. In a former life she was  a health educator at Australia’s first ever Medically Supervised Injecting Center working with street based drug users.  Sally is currently producing/directing an ITVS/ Independent Lens funded short documentary, Constance about a progressive district attorney in rural Texas. Constance will screen as a companion to the acclaimed Independent Lens series Philly DA. Sally currently has a feature film, The Trouble I See  in post production. The Trouble I See explores  family separation through the prism of mass incarceration and has received financial support from the Austin Film Society and Virginia for the Humanities. Originally from Sydney, Australia, she now lives in Austin, TX where, she co-owns  the production company Headlands Studio.