Collaborating with clients and creative partners, Meteopa Productions provides consulting, content development, and production services for linear, interactive, and live programs. We take pride in our creative, thoughtful storytelling and organized, well-managed productions.
Gail Prensky, founder of Meteopa Productions, produces, collaborates, and consults on projects in a variety of media, including print, exhibitions, live events, video, and multimedia that focus on advocacy, art, education, international, music, and promotional initiatives.
Gail is the creator and executive producer of The Jüdische Kulturbund Project, an initiative that explores musicians’ and artists’ responses to tyranny, connecting the issues of Jewish artists from Nazi Germany and current-day artists living around the world. Working with formidable filmmakers, theater makers, and educators.
Her career includes writing, producing, and directing, produced, and directed a broad range of media projects in film, multimedia, books, and exhibitions for clients such as Banner Health’s Alzheimer’s Registry, the New America Foundation, the Pew Charitable Trust, Discovery Communications, National Geographic, the Smithsonian Institution, Time-Life Books, and Glaxo-Wellcome. Through her Meteopa Productions, Gail produces independent projects focusing on advocacy, art, human rights, music themes, and cultural exchange. Between 2013 and 2016, Gail served on the board of The Welders, the DC-based playwrights’ collective and winner of the Helen Hayes-John Aniello Award for Outstanding Emerging Theatre Company (2016).
Gail is a recipient of the Mandela Washington Fellowship American Impact Award; an Awardee of the Reciprocal Exchange component of the Mandela Washington Fellowship (2019 and 2022); and U.S. State Department Arts Envoy Program Awardee (2019). She is also honored to be an ongoing participant in the Mandela Washington Reciprocal Exchange Alumni Ambassadors Initiative.
Gail holds a Bachelor of General Studies from the University of Maryland-College Park and a Master of Science-Applied Design from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.