Audrey Larson is currently studying Film & Television Production at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Audrey wrote, produced, and directed the short film Camping Trip (2016), which won a national gold medal at the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, an audience award at the Cine Las Americas International Film Festival, and was nominated for the Female Rising Star Award at The All-American High School Film Festival. The film screened at 14 film festivals statewide, including Newport Beach Film Festival and Dances with Films. Additionally, Audrey works as a freelance video editor, working on acting reels, promotional videos, documentaries, and events.
At age 14, Audrey co-founded Fountain of Youth Productions (FYP), a New England filmmaking organization that produced short films created by youth and conducted community workshops and events. Audrey ran FYP throughout high school, producing two short films with the group--Countdown (2013) and Drawing Inspiration (2015)—and head starting an online summer screenwriting program and script contest.
Audrey has taken a turn in front of the camera as well; appearing in student films and as an extra in independent films, a web-series, an HBO series, and a German TV movie. Audrey has trained privately with acting coach Alice Springer, and attended workshops at Boston Casting, C.P. Casting and Wheelock Family Theatre. She studied on-camera acting at a summer intensive with the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC.
As a writer, Audrey has been published in Yaldah Magazine where she wrote and illustrated a fictional journal titled “Estie’s Journal” and later “Travels with Simi” in each issue. Her short story, “Tornado Watch” is published in a youth writing anthology, Dancing With the Pen. Audrey's other passions include piano, antiques, ballet, and photography. Her dream is to one day travel the world.