Brielle lives in LA and works as a local in NY. She directed music videos featured on MTV, The Disney Channel and Vice’s Noisey. Her short, Welcome Home Patrick, screened at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. She has worked on numerous creative pitches with award-winning directors and produced a variety of projects for renowned artists like: David Byrne & St. Vincent, Andy Samberg, CSS, Yo La Tengo and Adam Bernstein. A review she wrote was tweeted by comedy overlord Judd Apatow. She’s a mother, a lover, a joker and a soaker; a terrible flutist and an amateur potter. She puts her best feet forward because she lives her life sock-free, which saves her 91 hours per year.
Stephanie attended the Art Institute of New York and then, the art institute of real life — she’s worked as a florist, managed galleries, started her own custom cake business, and now as a producer, production designer and visualist. As the Exec. Asst. at Epoch Films, she facilitated the delivery of two feature films Low Down and Goodbye to All That. She inspired a character in a current best-selling novel (not that girl with the dragon tattoo, but close.) She tiles her own bathrooms, changes her own oil and cuts her own hair. Some say she’s DIY - others say she’s single handedly ruining the local economy. She’s the reason the old saying goes “If you want a thing done well, ask Steph.” She lives in NJ with her husband, her daughter, her pitbull and her collection of Polish Axes; all of which she loves very much.