Erin Marie Davis: Filmmaker

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Erin Marie Davis, a proud member of the Film Fatales, officially started her filmmaking career in Philadelphia in Temple University's film program. After getting her Masterʼs degree at La Salle University, her drive to tell stories was just beginning. Erin co-wrote and directed the award-winning live stage musical Meat Man, which became a touted festival-favorite short film. Spring-boarding off of Meat Manʼs success, Erin made several prized commercials, short films, and the much admired feature documentary The Way To Kevin, receiving worldwide acclaim.

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In 2008, Erin co-founded Reel 9 Productions, a video production and editing business which she currently owns and operates out of Los Angeles. Since moving to LA, Erin has worked closely with numerous production companies such as La Banda Films, Go Tahel Productions, and Celtino Entertainment, and has produced some wonderful indie projects such as feature documentary film American Birthright, scripted drama Edith & Harvey, short comedy Yes And, I Do, unscripted series, Fixing Paco: Looking Ahead, and recently wrapped the pilot-season of her original comedy travel series Total Trip Domination.

You rarely catch Erin in front of the camera, but when you do itʼs with her comedy video team Unimaginary Friend, also the producers the popular podcast The Unimaginary Friendcast which has aired over 130 episodes and counting.  As a photographer, Erin can be found leading photo expeditions for National Geographic in the summer months and teaching photography at two fantastic non profits during the fall and spring.