Erin Kruger is a filmmaker and lifelong student of fine art and photography who hails from Northern California. At age nineteen Erin completed her first short film, How to Find Elvis in Your Hometown, later moving to San Francisco to study film at The Academy of Art University.
Soon after, Erin began making films and music videos, as well as optioning her first feature-length script in 2008. She has won awards for both writing and directing, including Best Director in the 2006 Music Video Program at the Sacramento Film & Music Festival.
Erin recently completed a fellowship with The Moving Picture Institute, during which she completedRoles, her second feature-length script. Under her fellowship with MPI Erin also shot her fourth short film, an excerpt from her Roles script.
In 2009 Erin said goodbye to Northern California to pursue her film career on the East Coast. She currently lives and works in the greater New York City area as a freelance writer, director, and producer with recent productions in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Washington DC.