Telling stories that play with comedy and tragedy, both paradoxical and parallel to one another, like all good things.
Katy-May is an Australian born, Brooklyn based artist who looks to illuminate female-centric stories through her work.
She is the Founder/Festival Director of The Brooklyn Women's Film Festival, Former Co-Artistic Director of the downtown experimental theater collective The New York Neo Futurists, a recipient of the Coca Cola Refreshing Films Program, the SVA Alumni Scholarship Award and winner of the Best of Fest Award at SVA Theater, NYC.
Oh yeah, and she's a new mum.
She has collaborated with artists and organizations such as Youtube TV, Coca Cola, Regal Cinemas, Whohaha, New York Women in Film and TV, ART/NY, Funny or Die, SVA Theater, University of Delaware, University of Rhode Island, School of Visual Arts & Hofstra University.
She holds a BA in Journalism from Southern Cross University (Sydney) and a Masters in Directing at The School of Visual Arts (New York).
KM is on the festival circuit with her proof of concept short, Pete’s Valve, in pre-production for Coca-Cola spot, Just a Step Away, and in development for a feature film.
  • Writer (5 Credits)
    Funny Little Feeling
    Short Script
    Pete's Valve - Script
    Student, Screenplay, Short Script
    Pete's Valve2019
    Student, Short
    It's Been Eight Years2017
    Experimental, Short, Web / New Media
    The Five Ants That Live In My Apartment2016
    Experimental, Short
  • Director (4 Credits)
    Funny Little Feeling
    Short Script
    Pete's Valve2019
    Student, Short
    It's Been Eight Years2017
    Experimental, Short, Web / New Media
    The Five Ants That Live In My Apartment2016
    Experimental, Short
  • Acting (2 Credits)
    It's Been Eight Years2017
    Experimental, Short, Web / New Media
    The Five Ants That Live In My Apartment2016
    Experimental, Short
  • Editor (1 Credit)
    It's Been Eight Years2017
    Experimental, Short, Web / New Media
Semi-Finalist
Funny Little Feeling
The Future of Film is Female
NYC
2020
Best of Festival
Funny Little Feeling
SVA: Best of Fest
SVA Theater
2019
2020 Program Finalist
Funny Little Feeling
Coca Cola Refreshing Films
2019
College
School of Visual Arts
Masters in Directing
20172019
College
Southern Cross University
Journalism
20092011
Telling stories that play with comedy and tragedy, both paradoxical and parallel to one another, like all good things.