Grace Oh's experience in production began with work on multiple student films and evolved into working in television for cable networks such as MTV, VH1, and The Disney Channel. Her expertise in production and acquisition were just a few of the reasons for her recruitment to Shim Films Inc. in 2000.
At Shim Films, Oh produced multiple key projects, eventually being promoted to senior producer to oversee all incoming projects. She has worked on campaigns for The Learning Channel, E! Entertainment, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, Kingworld Productions, Hollywood Squares, and Bloomberg Television, among others. She has been a speaker at PromaxBDA in Amsterdam, Singapore, Miami, and Los Angeles, representing Shim Films globally. Grace's last script, which she wrote and developed with Shim Films, was accepted to the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival Director's All Access program.
Most recently, Grace worked at MTVN in Strategic Resources providing managerial support for most of the productions out of the west coast. Since leaving her last corporate position, Grace is collaborating with video artist, Gregory King, on a script set in New York City post 9/11. She is also developing a non-profit production company that explores topics promoting dialogue in communities.
Grace first began working with Burning Heart productions on the feature narrative Praying The Hours in production design, and has since joined the producing team. She is currently a producer on the documentary feature, The Fair Trade.