Erin Li is an award winning filmmaker and artist.
Intelligent, talented, and ambitious, prior to following her dream as a filmmaker, Erin worked in finance in New York and Hong Kong.
She studied business administration and drama at Carnegie Mellon University.
Her current film, To The Bone screened at the 2013 Slamdance Film Festival. The film is about a pre-teen migrant farmworker who attempts to rebel against the status quo with unintended consequences for herself and her family.
Erin directed a short film entitled, L.A. Coffin School. Some parts of the film, is meant to shed light on, the elderly Asian American community.
Not only a filmmaker, Erin is an Artist who studied at La Llotja School of Fine Arts in Barcelona.
Erin’s fine arts work has been exhibited in New York, London, Pittsburgh, New Jersey and fine art galleries around the world.
In addition to other projects, she was an associate producer on the feature documentary, THE GIRLS IN THE BAND, a look at the struggles and triumphs of female jazz musicians from the 1920’s to the present.
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