Gulp Pictures is a full-service production company based in New York City that prides itself on its diverse slate of non-scripted, scripted, and commercial/branded work. Gulp was founded by George Plamondon, who as Co-President of his former company, Picture Shack Entertainment, executive produced several series. These include National Geographic’s Abandoned, OWN’s Staten Island Law, Discovery ID’s Most Likely To…, A&E’s Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal, and Animal Planet’s Saved and The Haunted. In his scripted television efforts, George produced Warren the Ape, a comedy documenting the life of a down-and-out puppet for MTV. In the commercial and branded space, George spearheaded Picture Shack’s effort to help create and produce the national commercial campaign for Match.com; since early 2010, PSE brought more than 140 commercial spots to market, helping increase Match’s business to record levels. Other clients in the branded space include Glamour Magazine, The Gap, Jeep, Klondike and Don Julio.
George Plamondon - President & C.E.O.
George has directed and executive produced various other projects including A&E’s Paranormal State, MTV’s 12th Year Senior, NewsDoggs, and Trailer Fabulous, and an HBO documentary project based on Sex & the City. Prior to that, George was a Director on the first two seasons of MTV’s hit show Laguna Beach, and has directed on its spin-off The Hills, as well as the Fox series, Nashville. George also co-wrote and produced the independent feature film Scrapple, and wrote and directed the short film Clark, the Canadian Hockey Goalie.
Kelley Harrison - Manager, Development
Kelley Harrison is a Pennsylvania native and graduate of Ithaca College's Park School of Communications. She began her television career with an internship at NBC Sports at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. She then spent a semester in Los Angeles as a production intern for The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Afterwards, she made her way back to the East Coast for an internship in the Music Department at The Late Show with David Letterman. Upon graduating, Kelley moved to the Big Apple to join the Page Program at The Late Show with David Letterman. She then made her way into the development world, joining the team at A&E television network in their Non-Fiction Development and Programming Department.