Greening the Entertainment Industry

Lauren Selman
Green Consultant

Lauren is a producer, actress, award-winning director and environmental advocate who is committed to making a difference through effective, engaging and sustainable productions. With over 15 years of production and marketing experience, including working for The Academy Awards, The Primetime Emmys, Riot Games, BlizzCon, Vancouver Olympics, Golden Globe Awards FOX after party, American Idol, Fox Upfronts, Teen Choice Awards and Cirque Du Soliel, Lauren brings aliveness to all of her projects. Lauren is a dual TEDx speaker and has spoken about sustainability around the country including, the United Nations Association, the National Alliance of Hazardous Waste Managers, AFCI, UCLA and other colleges and universities. She is the founder of Reel Green Media, LLC, an environmental consulting and production company based in Los Angeles. Her clients have included Fortune 500 companies, The Korea Daily, FOX, Warner Bros, and hit shows like "It's Always Sunny Philadelphia." She was nominated as a Woman Making A Difference by the Los Angeles Business Journal and won Miss Congeniality and People's Choice Award winner at Miss Malibu USA for her successful sustainability campaign. She received an Environmental Media Award for the environmental work on Benjamin and Peter Bratt's "La Mission" and her work has been recognized by The BBC, NPR, Business Week, IATSE, and The Hollywood Reporter.

"Several years from now, when the entertainment world looks back at the people responsible for crafting a more sustainable industry, Lauren Selman's work will undoubtedly be highlighted. As CEO and Founder of one of the premier firms in the United States responsible for greening film and stage production, Lauren's vision has always been one step ahead of her peers. Her ambition, creativity, and passion for integrating sustainability behind-the-scenes is an asset to this industry. Perhaps even more important, however, is the way she inspires others around her to make a difference." -Michael d'Estries, EcoRazzi.com