In her role as President of Teton Ridge Entertainment, Jillian runs the day to day operations across multiple divisions and oversees TRE’s slate of film and television projects. Prior to this role, Jillian was President of eOne’s Film Production. There, she led the film division and shepherded several films into production including the 2x BAFTA nominated Viola Davis epic, The Woman King and the upcoming features Freaky Tales, from Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden and starring Pedro Pascal, Ben Mendelsohn, Jay Ellis, Dominque Thorne, and Normani; Dust Bunny, starring Sigourney Weaver and Mads Mikkelsen and Everything is Going to Be Great, starring Bryan Cranston and Allison Janney.

Prior to eOne, Share was EVP, Development and Production at David Heyman’s Heyday, during which she produced several projects, including Apples Never Fall, a series based on Big Little Lies’ author Liane Moriarty’s latest novel, starring Annette Bening and Sam Neill, which premiered in the Nielsen top 5 on Peacock.

Before Heyday, Share was EVP of Christopher and Heather McQuarrie’s Invisible Ink where she led the development of a slate of projects, including the Tony Peckham-scripted thriller pilot The President Is Missing for Showtime, based on the best-selling James Patterson and President Bill Clinton novel and starring David Oyelowo and Janet McTeer.

Share began her career at Legendary Entertainment where she worked her way up to SVP of Production. While helping to build Legendary, she served as a co-producer on the $411M global grossing Pacific Rim and the Jackie Robinson biopic 42, as EP on several pictures including Crimson Peak and Warcraft, and as producer of Spectral for Netflix.



Jen Gorton was most recently EVP of Film Production at eOne, where she oversaw development and production and negotiated worldwide and domestic distribution deals for films including The Starling (Netflix) starring Melissa McCarthy and directed by Ted Melfi, horror prequel Orphan: First Kill (Paramount), Arthur the King (Lionsgate), starring Mark Wahlberg and Simu Liu, and Academy Award Nominee Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris (Focus); she also oversaw production and development of upcoming film Den of Thieves 2: Pantera, starring Gerard Butler, and worked closely with TRE President Jillian Share to produce upcoming titles Freaky Tales, directed by Fleck and Boden starring Pedro Pascal, Jay Ellis, and Ben Mendelsohn and Everything’s Going to be Great starring Bryan Cranston and Allison Janney.

Prior to her role at eOne, Gorton served as EVP Production and Sales at Sierra/Affinity where she worked on over 100 titles, including Academy Award winning films Whiplash, I, Tonya, Spotlight, and Manchester by the Sea, Academy Award Nominees Hell or High Water, Molly's Game and Nightcrawler, as well as hits Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, produced by Guillermo del Toro, and Atomic Blonde, starring Charlize Theron.

Gorton began her career as the sixth employee at Sierra Pictures, where she had a hand in shaping the company as she rapidly rose the ranks from Creative Executive to EVP, bringing in material, packaging and developing projects, and handling worldwide sales.

Brandon Mattingly

VP, Production & Development

Prior to being at Teton Ridge, Brandon was in drama development at ABC Entertainment, and worked in the International Originals group at Netflix across series for India and the Middle East. Brandon got his start in scripted development at Freeform right as the network was rebranding from ABC Family.


Creative Executive

Madeleine Moore joined Teton Ridge as creative executive after working with Jillian Share at eOne and Heyday Television. In the film department at eOne, she assisted on such projects as Freaky Tales, Dust Bunny, and Wildflower, as well as in the development of various Hasbro IP titles like Magic: The Gathering, Ouija, and Play Doh. At Heyday TV, she aided in building a slate of TV projects including Apples Never Fall, now streaming on Peacock. Madeleine started her career at Innovative Artists, after graduating with an honors degree in History from Georgetown University in 2017.



Before joining Teton Ridge, Austin gained extensive experience at various production companies. At ACE Entertainment, he contributed to the upcoming adaptation of A Cuban Girl’s Guide to Tea and Tomorrow, among others. He has also worked with Kinetic Content and Parkes + MacDonald, where he supported several projects, including MIB: INTERNATIONAL. Austin cut his teeth at Live Nation Entertainment, working on productions such as Gaga: Five Foot Two and Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story. Originally from metropolitan Detroit, he graduated from Michigan State University in 2016.


Executive Assistant

Prior to working at Teton Ridge, Andrew Phillips spent two years as an assistant in the TV scripted and Motion Picture Literary departments at ICM and CAA, supplementing this with ample on-set experience as a PA for programs such as HBO’s The Time Traveler’s Wife and Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (amongst others). Andrew grew up outside of Chicago and attended Indiana University, graduating in 2021 with highest distinction.