Bernadette Elliott has had a diverse media career that began in entertainment publishing with a stint in the marketing department at ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE. Taking what she learned, Elliott then expanded her entertainment experience by pursuing the field of national radio syndication by working in a variety of capacities at NBC Radio, ABC Broadcasting, DIR Broadcasting, MJI Broadcasting and SJS Entertainment. While in radio, she was a contributor to the production and distribution of numerous high profile shows including THE KING BISCUIT FLOWER HOUR and many one-time-only special events featuring such artists as the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton and many others. It was her radio career that led to her first film credit for NO NUKES - The Muse Benefit Concerts. She is a writer, producer and a principal of Burnt Danish Productions. Elliott also contributed to WW2002 a centennial celebration of Academy-Award winning filmmaker William Wyler. She and Denemark are developing a variety of film and television projects including psychological horror stories ADINA and DEAD TO ME, among others. THE SNOW PRINCE, written by Elliott and Andy Denemark, was sold to Enlightenment Films, Inc. AMERICAN CAR, a short film produced by Elliott, is on the festival circuit. An illustrated children's book based on the BLACK PETER screenplay is in the works. After making the Top 20 finals of the 2015 Jameson First Shot contest, she moved from writing and producing into directing with partner Denemark on the short film A PERFECT FIFTH.