I'm a creative producer/video director/writer, which is all to say that I help people communicate their stories. I'm especially focused on representing the underrepresented whenever I can. Queers/POCs/women/etc. to the front.

As a filmmaker, I've created videos for clients such as Human Rights Watch, Facebook, and Consumer Reports. I was the first in-house multimedia producer for the Ford Foundation, where I won a Webby, was nominated for a couple more, and helped Darren Walker dance into his new role as president. Before that I was at GOOD Magazine and Cinereach. I've produced feature documentaries in the humid heartland of China and the humid wilds of Alaska, have presented on how non-profits and foundations can incorporate video content into their communications strategies, and, when properly riled, have been known to make video parodies that rack up millions of views.

As a writer, I've filed for Playboy, Paper, GOOD Magazine, and NPR, among others. I write a regular column for Playboy called The Playbook, where I interview women who are experts in their fields, from butchery to whiskey. My sweet spot is the intersection of food/beverage and culture.

Currently I'm based in Brooklyn, but I'm just as likely to be in San Francisco or Paris or somewhere else entirely. Interested in collaborating? Talking shop? Adding me to one of those recipe exchange email chains? Hit me up at mackenziefegan at gmail.

Chatting about queerness with The Babadook.

Chatting about queerness with The Babadook.