Philippa “Pippy” Pomeranz
An executive producer, director, and author of generation next content, Pippy Pomeranz has over two decades of experience in the film and television production space. Passionate about creating children’s content and programming to inspire the next generation to dream and reach their dreams, Pippy is the author and creator of Pom Pom Crew, an empowering new 3D computer-animated musical series.
After graduating with a degree in Cinema and Television from the University of Southern California, Pippy's career began in Los Angeles creating, producing and directing popular American television series and specials for networks including NBC, Awestruck, Lifetime, Showtime, Fine Living, Style, and E! Entertainment Television. In 2006, she relocated to Sydney, Australia, to co-found Core3 Entertainment, a film and television development, and production company based at Fox Studios. During her decade-long tenure as director and partner, Pippy created, developed, and produced a wealth of entertainment content. Following her first commission - NBC Universals hit series Fashion Bloggers - she was behind iconic shows including Style Squad, Mom Ambition, and stars as herself in E! Reality series Very Cavallari.
After founding film production company PJ Pictures in 2017 and accumulating credits including The Little Death, Standing Up For Sunny, June Again, and 1%, Pippy has produced and directed commercials, short-form and branded content for a wealth of leading beauty, lifestyle, and travel brands including Kristin Cavallari’s jewelry line Uncommon James, OGX hair and body care, Holden cars, Schick razors, GHD, Schwarzkopf, Jansz Tasmania wines, dpHUE haircare, Beverly Hills Visitor Bureau and Dubai Tourism.
Industry-respected and widely-admired, Pippy featured in the 2020 bestseller THE GAME CHANGERS: Success Secrets from inspirational Women Influencing the World by Samantha Brett and Steph Adams and co-wrote Let's Eat: A Cookbook Celebrating Film, Food & Family, published by HarperCollins. Pippy lives between Australia and Los Angeles with her film producer husband, Josh, and their twins Hunter and Andie.