Felicity Pickering was born in Sydney, Australia. Felicity Pickering began her career as a playwright. Felicity wrote numerous plays and was selected for many development and training programs in Australia. Her produced plays include Mrs Bunny's Helping Hands (Public Assembly, 2019), Dredman Deadman (Old 505 Young Playwrights’ Festival, 2017), Pre’s: An Immersive Theatre Experience (2017), Object (Bondi Feast 24 Hour Theatre, 2015), Layover (UTS Backstage, 2014), Neighbors (UTS Backstage, 2012) and The Banquet (UTS Backstage, 2011) .
Felicity stepped into the film world at twenty three when her monologue FACON was adapted into a short film which she wrote and produced, directed by Josh Dang. It was selected for Academy Award qualifying Santa Barbara Film Festival and Flickerfest, where it received a special mention.
From there she came on as a producer to independent feature C.A.M directed by John Scarpias. Having cut her teeth in these earlier productions, Felicity directed 'Toni Fitzgerald's Cult Following', which she produced and directed. In 2017 Felicity moved to Los Angeles where she works in the development and has several projects in pre-production.