Credits: Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing and Starting Out In The Evening
JAKE ABRAHAM is currently president at AuDigent, a technology start-up in the audience data business, focused on the music, sports and entertainment verticals.
He is a Peabody-nominated producer of film, television and digital projects with more than 20 years of experience.
He most recently developed and produced Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing for HBO, an award-winning documentary about the long road to recovery for those most deeply impacted by the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
His work spans many genres and media.
In TV, he has been the showrunner for non-fiction series about presidential wartime decision-making and Amish teens in crisis.
Abraham was a partner in InDigEnt, the landmark indie production company founded by Gary Winick and John Sloss, that shepherded the use of consumer video technology in feature filmmaking.
There he produced films for Richard Linklater, Steve Buscemi, Wim Wenders, Peter Hedges, and many others, including films that won the Grand Jury Prize, Best Director and Best Cinematography awards at the Sundance Film Festival.
He also executive produced JFK50 for the Kennedy family and the JFK Presidential Library, overseeing a year-long celebration of our 35th President’s greatest achievements, partnering with CBS, Viacom, Google and the Kennedy Center to create programming that demonstrated the enduring value of JFK’s time in office.
In the digital realm, he had directed and produced video content for commercial clients that sell televisions, dishwashers, toothpaste, and laundry detergent.
Abraham started his career as a concert promoter and producer.