Storm’s passion for making films with profound themes led her to produce SOLITARY with David Oyelowo (“Selma”), but the film is but one in a broad portfolio of ground-breaking storytelling, which she has masterfully woven into evolving mediums with her instinct for technologies that will endure.
As Vice President at DreamWorks Animation, Storm led the Advanced Creative Technology group and worked to advance DreamWorks IP into new forms of immersive creative content on all platforms using emerging technologies like AR, VR, real-time rendering, motion capture, and virtual production. She produced 3 award-winning VR experiences for the franchise How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, various AR projects for Trolls World Tour and Abominable, and an interactive theme park experience of Kung Fu Panda.
As Manager of Digital Production at Rhythm & Hues, she worked on over a dozen films including Life of Pi, The Hunger Games, The Chronicle of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, Moneyball, and Snow White and the Huntsman.
An award-winning international producer, Storm has collaborated with filmmakers from around the world — working on Oscar-winning films The Artist and Life of Pi, and producing the award-winning short documentary Life After Pi and Jurassic Punk. While living in Hong Kong she was Head of Creative Development and Vice President of International Production while producing for legendary Hong Kong director Johnnie To on films including Running Out of Time and The Mission. A pioneer in bridging the East and the West through film, she worked closely with local screenwriters and directors to develop international films that carried a broad appeal for Asian and North American audiences. Some of Storm’s U.S. producing credits include The Least of These, To Save A Life, and Flesh: Bought & Sold in the U.S.
Elected to the Producers Guild of America’s National Board of Directors and New Media Council Board of Delegates, Storm also serves on the Television Academy’s Emerging Media Programming Executive Committee and on the Board of Governors for the Advanced Imaging Society. Storm previously was Co-Chair of the PGA’s Animation Committee and PGA Diversity Master Workshop. Identifying the importance of supporting women in the area of STEAM, she is proud to be a founding member of DreamWorks Animation’s TECHWomen and member of Women in Animation.
Throughout Christina Lee Storm’s career in the entertainment industry, she has upheld a consistent set of core values. Across every project and organization, she remains committed to servant leadership, fostering diversity and inclusion, caring for the next generation of creatives and talent, and upholding her passion for the future of storytelling.