Willow Skye-Biggs is a filmmaker, music producer and multimedia artist.
Willow is particularly interested in stories about women in spiritual crises who encounter supernatural layers of reality. Her work has been described as impressionistic and magical realist.
As a musical artist she has released more than 30 albums under the monikers Ava Lux, Sabriel’s Orb, Stag Hare and Ariel. In 2009 she was invited to perform at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona.
In 2017 Willow presented a solo exhibition at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art entitled "Tastes Like Mandy" which combined sound, light, and sculpture into an immersive, surreal emotional environment.
In August of 2021 Willow premiered her first film “April in Her Mind”.
In 2022 she was the recipient of a Utah Arts and Museums Grant that funded the film “Vapor Trails”. Later that year she received a grant from the Salt Lake Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts to produce her film “Dragonfly”.
She is currently in development for her first feature film titled “Enchanter: or How to Turn Invisible.”