NICOLE IS AN EMERGING DIRECTOR, PRODUCER AND SCREENWRITER who wrote her first full-length screenplay at 15 years old.
A recent graduate of Humber Colleges's renowned Film and Television Production Program. During her career at Humber, she produced a short documentary” Deeper than Blue” which has been an official selection at 11 Film Festivals such as Toronto Youth Shorts and Reel Recovery Film Festival.
She also produced and wrote short drama “After the Glitter Fades” and a PSA about a womxn skateboarding company called “Babes Brigade”. Her most recent work is on short drama “We Need to Talk” as director and in the upcoming months she will be directing short drama "Heliophilia".
Nicole participated as a director in Toronto Queer Film Festival’s COVID 19 DIY Lab and is a programming assistant at the Inside Out Film Festival. She always looks forward to collaborating with like-minded individuals and hopes to continue to tell stories about tough subject matter regarding the queer community.
Deeper than Blue
"To me the art of filmmaking connects people, who without it would never think they have anything in common. It’s a special kind of thing that an art form that is so diverse and powerful can bring people together. I am drawn to telling stories about people who are different and stand out from a crowd. I also believe that all types of people should get their stories told about different cultures and background. I would also like to tell the same kind of stories that inspired me in hopes to inspire the upcoming generation and also anymore who feels as though they have a story that they are passionate to tell"