Line’ Donnelly is a Southern California native who started her career in music publicity in the early 90’s. An aficionado of virtually all types of music, she has had a wide variety of PR experience ranging from music to film and visual effects. She started her career representing hip-hop and rap music at independent PR firm Cathcart Public Relations working with groups such as Wu-Tang Clan, Mobb Deep and Raekwon. She also worked on a few independent urban short films, such as “One Red Rose” featuring Victoria Rowell and Hill Harper and also “Lowriders” The Movie.
She was also a staff publicist for visual effects powerhouse studio Digital Domain in Venice, California, and oversaw the technical publicity for James Cameron's blockbuster "Titanic" and the Robin Williams film "What Dreams May Come" both films received the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects.