KATY-MAY HUDSON / INTERDISCIPLINARY ARTIST
KM is an award-winning, interdisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, NY that looks to illuminate female-centric stories.
She is the Founder/Festival Director of The Brooklyn
Women's Film Festival (BWFF), Former Co-Artistic Director
of the downtown experimental theater collective The New York Neo Futurists, Creative Director of She Said Productions, and a recipient of the SVA Alumni Scholarship Awards.
She has collaborated with artists and organizations such as Youtube TV, Whohaha, New York Women in Film and TV, NY Neo-Futurists, ART/NY, Funny or Die, SVA Theater, University of Delaware, University of Rhode Island, School of Visual Arts & Hofstra University. She holds a BA in Journalism from Southern Cross University (Sydney) and is completing her Masters in Directing at The School of Visual Arts (New York).
Pete's Valve is KM's narrative directorial debut and she could not be more thrilled to be doing it as part of SVA's Masters of Directing program.
She is currently working on the third edition of BWFF (August 2019), a performance in The Infinite Family (June 2019), playing “Reflexion” in new podcast The Misadventures of Clown Zer0 and a feature length screenplay.