The Vision Fully Realized

Lydia Nibley supports creators and their teams in delivering the results funders and distributors want while powerfully impacting audiences and creating legacy.

Lydia is an award-winning producer, director, writer, script doctor, and creative consultant for film, books, and television. She produces for her company RIDING THE TIGER PRODUCTIONS and collaborates with colleagues on their projects.

She is known for her big-picture vision, her ability to translate innovative ideas into immediate action, and the way she leads the creative process fueled by fun, love and a sense of adventure. Birds of a feather make projects together.

On The Screen

Lydia has collaborated on numerous film and television projects appearing in theatres globally and airing on National Geographic, the BBC, PBS, CBC, and elsewhere. She’s been honored to receive the PBS Audience Award for her documentary TWO SPIRITS, as well as Parents’ Choice, Clio, regional Emmy, and numerous film festival awards for a variety of projects. She leads RIDING THE TIGER PRODUCTIONS.

On The Page

Lydia’s ghostwriting and developmental editing work on nineteen books to date has produced a number of award-winning and New York Times bestselling fiction and nonfiction books.

She is at work on a book titled, “STORY POWER” based on content she shares in speaking engagements and seminars. And with input from beloved colleagues she’s collecting Lydia’s List—recommended films, books and television that add meaning and inspiration to life.

On The Stage

Lydia teaches seminars, runs a global creative mastermind group, and leads master classes about STORY POWER and transformational storytelling.

She has screened, lectured, or been an artist-in-residence at Harvard University, California State Polytechnic, Chapel Hill North Carolina, Michigan State University, Stephens College, Regis University, the University of Missouri, The Colorado College, and UCLA and others. She likes to keep her hand in teaching and speaking at least a few times a year to explore new ideas for transformational storytelling.

“Birds of a feather make projects together.”