Jacqueline Reyno

Los Angeles, California, United States


Jacqueline Reyno is a Producer for KCET/PBS SoCal/LinkTV. Reyno produces the arts and culture program Artbound, an award-winning a series about the cultural stories of our time told through the lives, works and creative processes of innovators. Additionally, Reyno produces The Migrant Kitchen, an Emmy®-winning series that explores California’s booming food scene through the eyes of a new generation of chefs whose cuisine is inspired by the immigrant experience; along with the series, Broken Bread, hosted by chef Roy Choi as he explores the broken systems in our communities and learns from the individuals and organizations who use food as a platform for activism and a catalyst for change.

Prior to her work at PMGSC, Reyno produced the Artbound episode “That Far Corner: Frank Lloyd Wright in Los Angeles” and worked as a producer in documentary film and television. Reyno was recognized in 2012 with Best Student Documentary at the Cannes Film Festival American Pavilion for the film, “Language of the Unheard” documenting the stories of residents of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation of South Dakota. More recently she has worked in unscripted television for multiple outlets including CBS, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, History Channel, A+E and Viceland.