KATY-MAY HUDSON / INTERDISCIPLINARY ARTIST
KM is a Brooklyn based, interdisciplinary artist, who looks to illuminate female-centric stories through her work.
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).
KM's narrative directorial debut, Pete’s Valve, is in post-production and 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.
In her spare time, KM aspires to prepare more home cooked meals, read lofty books that spark joy and invest in weekly manicures.