Journalist. Filmmaker. Public Speaker.
Eman Boyd is a freelance videographer/photographer with her production company, E. Boyd Productions. Some of her previous clients include CASA St. Landry-Evangeline, St. Landry Parish School Board, Goforth & Lilley Law Firm, and Frito Lay.
Before going into business for herself, Eman was the Communications Coordinator for Grace Hebert Curtis Architects and weekend anchor at KATC TV 3, the ABC affiliate in Lafayette, LA. As communications coordinator, she curated all digital marketing content for the firm. During her time at the station, she gained her first Emmy nomination and Louisiana Association of Broadcasters award for her series “Worthy of Redemption?” which takes a closer look at the state's habitual offender law through the eyes of Fate Winslow.
Eman is the director of “Sickle Cell Warrior”, her independent film she produced on her cousin living with sickle cell anemia. The film was an official selection for the Hollywood South Urban Film Festival as "Best Documentary Short" in 2020. Her other official selections include: the Louisiana International Film Festival (2019), Southern States Film Festival (2019), American Golden Picture International Film Festival (2020), The Scene Festival (2020), New York Movie Awards Monthly Festival (2020), New York Movie Awards (2020), CARE Awards (2020), Orlando International Film Festival (2020), Canadian Cinematography Awards (2020), and Scorpiusfest (2020).
She is a graduate of UL Lafayette with a bachelor's in mass communication and the University of the Southwest with a master's degree in communication and media studies.
She is an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists, Broadcast Education Association, Radio Television and Digital News Association, Louisiana Association of Broadcasters, New Orleans Video Access Center, and Louisiana Film and Entertainment Association.