Sheri Bryant graduated from Stanford University and worked for The Walt Disney Company for three years as a financial analyst of Investments and Funding.
She then joined Disney's Hollywood Pictures film division and began her career as an entertainment executive.
At Hollywood Pictures, she oversaw the development process of a wide range of films, and brought in new material, directors and writers.
Sheri then served as Director of Development and Production for distribution and production company Image Organization, where she was involved in all aspects of production, from story inception through post production.
tenure, the company made multiple films for CBS
, HBO, Lifetime, and Artisan.
Sheri's most recent endeavors are for her company Dog & Rooster Productions, with partner Greg Aronowitz.
Under their umbrella, Sheri
recently produced the family adventure film, "Labou" which was shot on location in New Orleans and won "Best of Fest" at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival, "Best Family Film" at Houston World Fest 2008, and B"est Feature "at the BAMKids Film Festival
The film is distributed by MGM
Sheri also served as Executive Producer on the Sci-Fi Channel thriller "Battle Planet" directed by Greg in 2008, as well as Discovery Channel's award winning feature film "Rain" starring Susan Dey and Scott Cooper.
Sheri also has served as a Consulting Producer to Lance Entertainment and Brainstorm Media (Little Men, Bridge to Terebithia), as well as Kismet Entertainment Group (Asylum, Dog Soldiers).
has also ventured into new media, producing Dog & Rooster's first webisodic series, the sci-fi comedy "Alien Ninja."
recently finished principal photography of the comedy "How To Make Love To a Woman.
The film stars Josh Meyers (That 70's Show, Madtv), Krysten Ritter (27 Dresses, Confessions of a Shopaholic), Ian Somerhalder (Lost, Vampire Diaries), James Hong (Blade Runner, Big Trouble in Little China), and James Kyson Lee (Heroes).
is currently developing a wide range of projects for both film, television, and new media, and will next be producing the Christmas fantasy "Sugarplumm".
Sheri serves on the Board of Directors as Co-Vice President for the non-profit organization Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment (CAPE) promoting diversity in Entertainment, is a member of Stanford in Entertainment, and is a Trustee for the charitable Feigenbaum-Nii Foundation.
is also the recipient of the 2007 NATPE LATV Diversity Fellowship.
Together with his producing partner Sheri Bryant, Greg is actively developing a diverse slate of projects for both television and feature films, and is ramping up to write, design, and direct his next family film, the Christmas epic "Sugarplumm".