Documentary filmmaker, editor, and cinematographer.
Jaydn Ray Gosselin is a US-based, French-Australian documentary filmmaker, cinematographer, and editor. He is the Co-Founder & Creative Director of Denizen Studios, a New York-based, independent production company that specializes in exceptional, provocative works of non-fiction art and real-world impact. His work focuses on the human rights implications of applied sciences and how histories, memories, and traumas are embedded in community spaces, hidden sanctuaries, and built environments.
Jaydn is currently producing two short films to be distributed by the Academy Award-nominated team at Field of Vision, including one he is directing and another he is editing. He produced and shot another short documentary to be released by Scientific America and is working on his first feature film. As a director, his films have been supported by Field of Vision, Doc Society, Amnesty International, Forensic Architecture, the Ads-Up Refugee Network, and over 1,300 donors.
Jaydn is a Co-Creation Lab Fellow at Doc Society; an Art & Impact Fellow at Doc Society and the Australian International Documentary Conference; a Doc.Lab.Interact Fellow with Anagram, VicScreen, and AIDC; and a Development Studio Fellow at the NYU Production Lab. He holds a BFA in Film & Television from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
He resides on Lenape land in New York and was raised on Gadigal land of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the place we now call Sydney.