At 14 year old, in the height of my family tragedy and isolation, I found myself on television and I felt less alone. Relating to a character on TV saved a piece of me. That’s why representation matters.
I am lucky and privileged to have seen me.
Everyone should have that.
Emma has been playing around with film since she was ten and she and some of her dance friends got technology banned from their ballet studio after a mom complained of their content. That is to say - she’s always enjoyed saying something with film.
As she grew up Emma became a professional actor and began to dabble in production during slowed down periods. This led to her love of producing and dream to create an environment that encouraged the pursuit of excellence as well as a culture of respect and safety.