Jameka Autry is a documentary filmmaker and photographer based in New York City.  In 2017 she was named an Impact Partners Documentary Producers Fellow.

In 2013 she joined Break Thru Films gaining experience in production and post production while working with clients such as HBO, Amazon, Vogue, Conde Nast Entertainment, Kenneth Cole Productions, and Ovation.  She also co-produced the award winning documentary In My Father's House which premiered at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival.  

In 2006 she was hand-selected to attend the prestigious Kalish Multimedia Photo Editing Workshop and returned to the classroom at Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies, where she was chosen as a fellow for the 2011 Full Frame Film Festival. Her work also appeared in the group exhibit 'Raleigh: A city and her people' in 2010.

In her spare time, Jameka can be found roaming the stacks at The Strand or planning her next international adventure. She also occasionally photographs editorial campaigns, headshots, and weddings.