Jill is known for her intimate, character-driven storytelling. With close to twenty years of experience in film and television, she has been recognized as an "ace editor” by The Hollywood Reporter and for her "sharp editing" by IndieWire. Her projects include the Emmy-nominated HBO feature documentary, CASTING BY (2012 Toronto International Film Festival; 2012 New York Film Festival), which spotlights filmmaking's unsung hero—the casting director. Culled from over 230 interviews, along with archival and film clips spanning the last half-century of Hollywood, it was named one of the "Top 5 Documentaries of the Year" by the National Board of Review. Jill's other recent works include COOKED (Netflix), a docuseries based on the book by Michael Pollan, exploring how cooking transforms food and shapes our world; THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE (2015 DOC NYC), a feature documentary investigating the growing mental health crisis in the U.S. military; and TIME: THE KALIEF BROWDER STORY (2017 Sundance Film Festival), a docuseries recounting the story of a 16-year old from the Bronx who spent three years on Rikers Island without ever being convicted of a crime. Jill recently completed BLEED OUT (2018 DOC NYC), an HBO feature doc exploring our nation's flawed health care system through the eyes of a son seeking justice for his mother, after routine hip surgery lands her in a coma with permanent brain damage.