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Lauren is a Memphis-based aspiring director, writer, and producer. After graduating with a Natural Science degree, Lauren realized her true passion was with the arts and changed career paths from medicine to film. Her goal is to focus on diverse storytelling and provide a voice to underrepresented groups, specifically women and Asian Americans.

Lauren has been working in the film and television industry since 2017. She has worked as an Associate Producer, Assistant Production Coordinator, Commercial Coordinator, and Assistant to Producers and Directors in cities across the country, including Atlanta, Central Mississippi, and Albuquerque. Her previous work includes Max's "The Staircase," ABC's "Women of the Movement," and NBC's "Bluff City Law" and "Young Rock." In August 2022, Lauren became a member of the IATSE Local 161.  

In 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic, Lauren created The APAHM Project, a 31-day curated movie list, to highlight Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) directors, writers, and actors to combat Asian hate crimes that were happening across the world. Lauren's hope is to visually show that there is a need for more AAPI filmmakers and creators in American media while simultaneously supporting those films and television shows that have already been made. Through her social media pages, Lauren has raised over $1,300 for organizations and non-profits that help fight Asian hate and/or champion AAPI in media.

When Lauren is not working on creative endeavors, she enjoys exploring new places to eat, traveling, rock climbing, creating cosplay for her annual trip to San Diego Comic-Con (she's been going since 2013), and playing with her cavachon puppy, Kara.

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Last Updated: January 2024

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