Multimedia Music Production
Jocelyn combines nonprofit, museum, corporate, academic, and collaborative arts presenting expertise. She produces innovative multimedia projects based in cultural preservation that help companies and individuals find opportunity within a changing media landscape.
Clients and collaborators include The GRAMMY Foundation, The Library of Congress, Heritage Werks, Narratively, Caffe Lena, the Erroll Garner Jazz Project, The National Council for Traditional Arts, The National Museum of Dance, Highlander Cultural Center, The Association of Recorded Sound Collections, The Ackland Art Museum, and The North Carolina Literary Festival.
Jocelyn's work on the Erroll Garner Jazz Project resulted in the donation of the Erroll Garner Archive to the University of Pittsburgh, an educational website, digital database, and GRAMMY/NAACP Image Award-nominated CD box set / vinyl release with accompanying live event programming at the Monterey Jazz and New Orleans Jazz Festivals.
Jocelyn's ASCAP-Deems Taylor and GRAMMY Foundation Award-winning Caffè Lena History Project resulted in the donation of the multimedia Caffè Lena Archives to the Library of Congress, firsthand recording of 150 oral history interviews with musicians, the sold-out publication of a 300-page coffee table book (powerHouse Books) with foreword by Tim Robbins, a three-CD box set, (Tompkins Square Records) a searchable online database, and an educational website. It was featured in the New York Times, NPR, Rolling Stone and People Magazine.