Melissa Whitely founded the New Jersey based production company White Lyte Productions in 2008. A graduate of the New York Film Academy, she is an accomplished director, cinematographer, and editor.
Completed in 2008, Whitely's short film "Scene Missing" had a sustained festival run including the New Filmmakers Film Series, Wildwood By the Sea Film Fest and New Jersey International Film Festival.
Whitey next directed a successful documentary titled "Bazaar of All Nations" about a seminal American shopping center.
She's happy to have completed her first full-length narrative feature film "Leaving Virginville" in early 2017.
In pre-production is a documentary about "The Golden Mile" of Baltimore Pike in Springfield, Pa.
Whitely is also excited to be producing "The Fish Bowl", a variety show featuring work from artist living in the tri state area. It airs on Comcast channels 21, 24, and 280 in the New Jersey market.
Melissa Whitely founded the New Jersey based production company White Lyte Productions in 2008. A graduate of the New York Film Academy, she is an accomplished director, cinematographer, and editor.
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