Jeff Vlaming is an American director, writer and producer who worked on MTV's Teen Wolf for it's first season.


Jeffrey Vlaming came to Los Angeles, California from Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he had worked as an advertising art director and eventually sold a freelance script to the CBS series Northern Exposure then soon joined the writing staff in its fourth season. This led to writing jobs on shows like the X-Files, Weird Science, Catwalk, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Animorphs, Battlestar Galactica, and Xena: Warrior Princess.

By 2003, Vlaming became a producer as well as a writer for shows like NCIS, Keen Eddie, Reaper, Fringe, Hannibal, Touching Evil, Outcast, and The 100.

He is also the creator and manager of the blog VLAM-INK—a collection of his work which includes drawings and writings related to his television career, his work in advertising, and general ponderings.

Teen WolfEdit

In 2011, after the success of Teen Wolf's pilot episode, Vlaming was brought on as a co-executive producer and wrote the episodes Pack Mentality, Night School, and Co-Captain.

He ended his involvement after the episode Formality.

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