Three frame media
Three Frame Media, founded by husband/wife creative team Adam and Jaye Fenderson, produces content that inspires and engages audiences through film, television, print and digital platforms.
Adam is a Northern California native with over a decade of film and television experience. His credits span acclaimed shows for NBC, MTV, Lifetime, Discovery, ABC Family, E!, CNBC, Spike, and many other networks. As a filmmaker, he has spoken at numerous universities, conferences, and has been interviewed by FOX, The New York Times, NPR, and many others. When he’s not making films, you can find him skateboarding around the streets of Santa Monica or watching his beloved San Francisco Giants. Adam earned his BA in Film and Television at The University of Southern California.
Jaye is passionate about harnessing the power of media and pop culture to advocate for issues of social justice and mobilize audiences to effect change. Her television career launched in 2004 when she co-created and produced the docudrama series The Scholar (ABC), an idea inspired by her time as a senior admissions officer at Columbia University. Jaye is the author of Seventeen’s Guide To Getting Into College and in addition to her four-year tenure as the college advice columnist for Seventeen.com, her writing has appeared in Seventeen, Good Housekeeping, and The College Access & Opportunity Guide. As an expert on college access and success, Jaye has presented internationally at conferences, universities, and on Capitol Hill. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English and French from Columbia University.