Hungry Eyes Media is co-founded by the dynamic creative duo of Jen Holness and Sudz Sutherland. Sutherland and Holness bring a fresh, authentic perspective to telling powerful, thought-provoking stories.
In doing so they have racked up numerous national and international awards and accolades. Hungry Eyes recently expanded its focus to develop content for mobile users as well. As a company with its own distinct mission plan, Hungry Eyes seeks to inspire and entertain!
Jennifer Holness is an award-winning writer and producer of scripted and factual TV and films. Jen recently co-created the TV drama series Shoot The Messenger for CBC about cops and journalists that goes to camera summer 2015. She co-wrote and produced the two-part CBC miniseries…read more
Sudz Sutherland (Writer/Director) works on both sides of the fence as a freelance writer and director for TV dramas and feature films. Sudz’s latest feature film, Home Again, won the prestigious PAFF‐BAFTA Festival Choice Award in Los Angeles and was recently nominated for Best Direction…read more
Meet the new Office Manager and PA to Jennifer Holness, Stephanie Ukonga. Stephanie has just started dipping her toes into the film/tv industry as she’s always wanted to be a film producer. She has a background in Corporate Communications and Public Relations and graduated with a degree in Political Science.
Janese Kane joined Hungry Eyes Media in 2016, working on the CBC TV drama series “Shoot The Messenger”. Janese has over 40 years of business and arts experience. As the Founder/Owner & Operator of Gibson Girl Placement Ltd, a temporary and permanent placement agency that specializes in female executives; Janese has acquired the knowledge and experience with a diversity of skills over the years.
Tyler Evans is an Associate Producer at Hungry Eyes Media assisting Jennifer on the Subjects of Desire documentary and drama development slate. Ever since he was 12 years old, he would escape the mundanity of the suburbs by going to the movies every week. After becoming obsessed with the escapism that films brought, he decided that he wanted to tell stories of his own.