Carrie first came to Lucasfilm in November 2012 as a member of the Lucasfilm Story Group, with a focus on content strategy. At Lucasfilm, Carrie co-created the Emmy-nominated, animated series Star Wars Rebels and served as a producer on the show. She also produced the Emmy-nominated animated series LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures. Currently as Vice President, she oversees all animated and live action series development on behalf of Lucasfilm, including Star Wars Resistance and Star Wars Forces of Destiny.
Carrie began her career at Dimension Films before joining MTV Films in 2003, where she became a feature development executive. When MTV Films was disbanded, she continued to develop projects with another producer, working on several features and executive producing the pilot for Ghosts/Aliens at Comedy Central. In 2011, driven by her curiosity around the future of storytelling, Carrie went to work at the Sundance Institute, putting together the very first New Frontier Story Lab. As the lead manager of that program, she collaborated with teams across the Institute to establish the innovative Lab offering interdisciplinary support to artists exploring the storytelling possibilities offered by new technologies.
Here at Lucasfilm, Carrie provides ongoing creative support to artists committed to excellence in storytelling.