Embarking on a filmmaker's path, I've always believed in capturing stories that resonate. Over the years, I've been fortunate to be on quite a cinematic journey, bringing tales to life from behind the camera.
In 2022, the personal and heartwarming "Nana's Footsteps" under Lionfire Productions witnessed my dual role as Director and Lead Casting Director. This labor of love not only resonated with audiences but also earned accolades, notably for Best Female Director and Best Short Film. The prior years saw my immersion in both narrative crafting and direction, as evident from projects like "Freedom TLOU" and "Walk Through The Valley TLOU" in 2020 and 2019, respectively.
Collaborative ventures have also shaped my filmmaking perspective. My association with ALGORYTHM in 2019 for "The Flash Season 2" episodes was a rewarding experience, while my roles as Writer and Director for Vyxenah Studios in 2018 allowed me to weave the tales of "Horizon Zero Dawn - Our Born Hero" and pen down "Gameover." Earlier, 2017 was a year of exploration with TAFE, where I delved into diverse projects from a vegan-themed short film to directing a unique "Cosplay Documentary." That year, I also steered the directorial helm for an unofficial advert for the Animal Welfare League with Vyxenah Studios.
I'm diving deep into the realm of cinematic storytelling with an array of exciting projects. I'm bringing the world of the "Uncharted" video games to life with a fan film. Alongside this, I'm also nurturing a few original scripts to fruition, one of which is a spine-chilling untitled horror. However, a project particularly close to my heart is the adaptation of my debut novel, "Ships Of Glass." This horror-fantasy, set against the evocative backdrop of the 1910s, is in the pipeline to be transformed into a series of impactful shorts. My vision extends to see it blossom into a full-fledged feature film.
As I look ahead, the lens is focused, and the scripts are brimming with ideas. The next few years promise a plethora of cinematic explorations, and I'm thrilled to share these unfolding stories with an audience that believes in the magic of cinema as much as I do.