Elisee Junior St Preux is a Haitian-American Filmmaker born in Miami, FL. A self-taught artist and pure cinephile, Elisee is the owner of the nostalgic multimedia company, "À La MODE Films" for Black artists that use the power of storytelling to uplift the Black experience on and off the screen. Elisee is a Season 1 Director of Indeed's Rising Voices partnered with Hillman Grad Productions, a 53rd NAACP Image Awards nominee, a Sundance Ignite Finalist, an HBO Short Film Award recipient at the American Black Film Festival, an NBAF Emerging Artist Horizon Award Finalist, and a Netflix "Created By" Fellow where he currently holds a script development deal to pen an original feature film with the studio. In addition to his creative work, Elisee is an Advisory Board member of the Morehouse Human Rights Film Festival, a brass musician, a community youth mentor, and a mental health advocate. With a distinct style of vintage storytelling combined with modern cinema, Elisee plans to make films he has yet to see on screen. Ultimately designing his content through explicit dreams, fantastical imagination, and a lively childhood, Elisee's solemn goal is to bear witness and share stories that reflect today, honor the past, and reimagine the future.