Emmy award-winning producer, Rebecca Evans is executive vice president of non-fiction content at Campfire Studios, a premium scripted and non-fiction production company run by prolific film producer and CEO Ross Dinerstein. Evans has produced across all genres of non-fiction television, from shiny-floor shows to reality TV and premium documentaries. Her most recent credits include Hulu’s WeWork: Or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn, named Outstanding Business and Economic Documentary at the 2022 News & Documentary Emmy Awards; HBO Max’s Low Country: The Murdaugh Dynasty, record-setting two-part hit The Way Down: God, Greed and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin and the platform’s Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults; as well as FX’s Hysterical, CNN’s The Lost Sons and many more.
During her tenure at Campfire, Evans’ work has led to the sale of more than 20 series and films, all of which she’s overseen creatively. She currently has 10+ projects in production for platforms including HBO Max, Netflix and Hulu, among others.