Laury Christensen is a veteran producer living in Louisville, Kentucky. Her production career spans decades and crosses all genres, with beginnings in her home state of Minnesota. Laury recently had the opportunity to produce the Kentucky unit for Lost Ollie, a Netflix live-action/animated hybrid series directed by Oscar Award winner Peter Ramsey (Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse), created by Shannon Tindle (Boss Baby, Kubo and the Two Strings), produced by 21 Laps Entertainment and animated by Industrial Light and Magic. The series made Netflix's top 10 in their children's category.
Documentaries were an early interest, and for a period lasting more than a decade, Laury led high profile, extraordinarily complex national museum projects. In collaboration with some of the nation’s most talented artists, designers, writers and directors, and helmed by creative visionary Donna Lawrence, Laury produced and co-produced award-winning documentary films, interactive exhibits and multi-projector immersive environments. Projects include the National World War I Museum, the William J. Clinton Presidential Library, the Gettysburg Museum & Military Park, the World of Coca-Cola Museum, the National Infantry Museum (winner of the coveted Themed Entertainment Award - THEA) and "Out of Many, One..." the film that introduces the world to our democracy at the Capitol in Washington DC. These high caliber productions feature exceptional A-list talent: Morgan Freeman, Glenn Close, Donald Sutherland, Sam Waterston, Sam Elliot and more.
Laury's latest passion, narrative film, is fueled by her desire to help elevate the role of females in film, both in front of and behind the lens. She is co-founder and President of Women in Film Kentucky.