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Lucy Smith-Williams

Creative Director/Writer/Production Assistant

352.226.3613  ·  lsw299@nyu.edu

 

Skills

Theatre/ Production Roles

Shrek – Donkey

Romeo and Juliet – Apothecary

Baby with the Bathwater – Nanny

The Dining Room – Aunt Harriet, Sarah, Emily and guest

Schoolhouse Rock – designed and built set

Jesus Christ Superstar – student director

The Outsiders – Cherry

Oil Painting

Painting in oils since 2009

Exhibited as part of a four- person show at Media Image Gallery, Gainesville, Florida, May 2010

Two-person exhibit at Shands Arts In Medicine, Gainesville, Florida, December 2014.

Horse Training 

11 years of training and competition in Natural Horsemanship, high-level

hunter jumper equitation, and dressage. Placed in A level shows,

Level 3 graduate/Parelli Natural Horsemanship

Recent Projects

The Second Hand – Narrative short film in production.

Writer/Director/Editor – November 2017)

The Carriage Horses of NYC – Short Documentary Film

(Writer/Director/Editor – August 2017)

Wild Horses, Dragged Away – Documentary Film in Pre-Production

(Writer, Director – November 2017)

Education

Bachelor of Arts – NYU (Junior) – Tisch School of the ArtsFilm/Television Major/Animal Studies Minor (2016-Present)

Currently studying Film/Television with a focus on directing and filming documentaries concerning the environment, animal diversity and conservation. Minoring in Animal Studies, which focuses on Animal Ethics and the ways in which humans effect the animals of the world.

Courses include: Intermediate Narrative Production, Research and Writing for the Documentary, Documentary Production Workshop (Advanced), Preparing the Screenplay, and three week intensive Writing the Short Screenplay (January 2018) in Sydney, Australia.

Awards  

Superior rating for ensemble performance at State Thespian conference (2012)

Student of the year in IB Theatre Standard Level (2012-2013)

Superior rating and Critic’s Choice/created and directed original group pantomime at District Thespian conference

Volunteer Work

8 weeks in 2014 • Imire Preserve in Zimbabwe

4 weeks in 2015 • Chocpaw Dog Sledding Company in Northern Canada