Bio

Jaydn Ray Gosselin is a Brooklyn based French-Australian filmmaker who works at the intersection of art and advocacy. He is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of This Machine Media, a multidisciplinary production company dedicated to sparking civic engagement through non-fiction storytelling. He is interested in how histories, memories, and traumas are embedded in community spaces, hidden sanctuaries, and built environments.

 

Jaydn's productions have been featured in The Australian Book ReviewNew York Magazine’s The Cut, openDemocracy, and New York Daily News. His documentary, "Safe Space," was named a finalist for the 2021 Sundance Ignite x Adobe Short Film Challenge. His upcoming documentary on Australia’s offshore, refugee detention infrastructure, “Searching for Aramsayesh Gah,” is supported by Amnesty International and over 900 donors. 

Jaydn holds a BFA in Film & Television from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He resides on Lenape land of the Leni Lenape people and was raised on Gadigal land of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the place we now call Sydney.

Education 

2015 - 2019

New York University

2014

Australian Film, Television & Radio School

Projects in the Press

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Projects

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Searching for Aramsayesh Gah (coming soon; director, producer)

Safe Space (director, editor, producer)

The Loneliest Pandemic (director, editor, producer)

Year of the Ox (executive producer)

Sanctuary Series (executive producer)

This is Karate; Harlem's Karate Kids (director, editor, producer)

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