Exclusive: Part2 Pictures ups Bucher, Washick

The Brooklyn-based producer has named Amy Bucher (pictured, left) as VP of content and creative, and Lindsay Washick as director of production (right).
May 6, 2015

Brooklyn-based producer Part2 Pictures has promoted two execs.

Amy Bucher (pictured, left) is now VP of content and creative. She will take on more responsibility for the production and development slate, working alongside director of development Rachael Profiloski and the CNN docuseries This Is Life with Lisa Ling.

A five-year veteran of the company, she has led numerous projects including This Is Life predecessor Our America with Lisa Ling as senior executive producer.

The company also upped line producer Lindsay Washick (right) to director of production. In the role, she will take on day-to-day responsibilities for all Part2 projects, manage multiple series and have increased creative input into series.

“Amy has long been at the heart of Part2,” said the company’s principal and director David Shadrack Smith in a statement “She’s been a vital part of where we are now and is only going to be an even more important part of our future as her role expands.

“Lindsay is so strong at keeping projects on track, it made perfect sense to expand her role to help in managing the company as a whole,” he added. “She plays a critical part of keeping everything running smoothly.”

Part2′s current slate includes the upcoming OWN series Belief with Oprah Winfrey.

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