Kate Harrison Karman is President of Cream Productions.
Based in Toronto, Cream develops, finances and produces distinctive and award-winning content across a wide range of TV and digital platforms in North America and internationally.
Among the company’s many credits include Fear Thy Neighbor (ID), BTK: A Killer Among Us (ID), Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan (Animal Planet), History Erased (History), The Dictator’s Playbook (PBS), Blood and Fury: America’s Civil War (American Heroes), Paranormal Emergency (Travel), Survivorman (OLN/City TV) as well as the upcoming Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan (Netflix) and The Story of Late Night (CNN) among dozens more.
Cream is also a world leader in VR/AR technologies and storytelling. Since 2015, they’ve produced an array of content and products including VR series in coproduction with Hulu, American Heroes Channel, Investigation Discovery, Lexus-Toyota, the Globe and Mail, SIRT and various industrial partners. Cream is currently developing a proprietary technology to create high-fidelity, low-computational AI backed virtual humans. Among their VR/AR credits include A Curious Mind with Dominic Monaghan for Hulu as well as Oak AR, an augmented reality game, among others.