Former Sirens Media exec Jen Mayer Kulp (pictured) has been named executive VP of development at Hampton, Virginia-based producer m2 Pictures.
Reporting to m2 Pictures president Mike Sinclair, Kulp will be tasked with overseeing creative and development initiatives for the producer, whose credits include Ice Cold Killers, FBI Takedowns and Death by Gossip with Wendy Williams.
Most recently, Kulp served as senior VP of talent and development at Leftfield Entertainment-owned Sirens Media, where she oversaw the development of such series as Discovery’s Killing Fields; Investigation Discovery’s House of Horrors and The Vanishing Women; Bravo’s Thicker Than Water and Manzo’d with Children; Cooking Channel’s Cheap Eats with Ali Khan; and A&E’s Modern Dads and Panic 9-1-1.
Previously, Kulp served as VP of development at LMNO Productions. There, she developed TLC’s The Little Couple, CBS’ I Get That A Lot, Animal Planet’s The Bear Whisperer, Investigation Discovery’s Unusual Suspects and WEtv’s Wedding Central.
Prior to this, she spent nearly four years as a development executive at Comedy Central, working on such scripted and hybrid-reality programming as Mind of Mencia, The Showbiz Show with David Spade and Gay Robot.
Founded in 2006, m2 Pictures creates ground-breaking television programming. Since its inception, the company has produced over 300 hours of award-winning and compelling documentary programming for a host of networks including National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel, ID, Destination America, TLC, AHC, MSNBC, LMN, Travel Channel and many others. They are repped by APA.