Creator / Producer / Writer
Creator / Writer / Director
Erin is a multi-award-winning writer and director whose work is characterised by nuanced and emotionally truthful performances, arresting visuals and seamless storytelling. In 2022 she was the set-up director on the upcoming series for Netflix, Wellmania starring Celeste Barber.
Erin is the creator of AcornTV and TVNZ’s Under The Vines starring Rebecca Gibney and UK’s Charles Edwards. Erin directed 3 episodes in the first series and is an episode writer on both series 1 and 2.
Erin is also in advanced development on another self-created crime drama series with Federation Entertainment in France, titled Aftermath.
She has many Australian television series directing credits including Doctor Doctor S4 & S5 (Easy Tiger / Nine Network), PMs Daughter (Fremantle Australia / ABCTV) Squinters S2 (Jungle Entertainment / ABCTV); It’s A Date (Princess Pictures / ABCTV), At Home With Julia (Quail TV / ABCTV), Timothy (Quail TV / ABCTV); a one-off drama adaptation of the Lally Katz’s stage play, Stories I Want To Tell You In Person (Matchbox Pictures / ABCTV); and police thriller Rush (Southern Star / Network Ten).
She has guest directed sketches for Skit Box’s Wham Bam Thank You Ma’am (Skitbox / ABCTV); and was the sketch director for Wednesday Night Fever (Quail TV / ABCTV).
In 2019, Erin was nominated for an Australian Directors’ Guild Award for her work on Sando Ep6 and in 2017 she directed web series Other People’s Problems (ABC iView / Seymour Films), which garnered her an Australian Directors’ Guild Award nomination for Best Direction of an Online Drama Project and was selected for the Berlin Film Festival.
Her short film fOUR had local and international success, being nominated for AFI awards for both writing and directing; and winning an IF Award and the Flickerfest Audience Award. It screened at the G’day USA RADAR Showcase in LA and the Palm Springs Short Film Festival.
Another short Dugong screened in competition at Sundance and Aspen and was the winner of the Flickerfest and St Kilda Film Festival best screenplay awards. Dugong was nominated for two AFI Awards for Best Short Film and Best Screenplay, and an Australian Directors’ Guild Award. 62 Sleeps won the Dendy Award for Best Drama at the Sydney Film Festival, and the Young Talent Award at the Munich International Festival of Film Schools. Erin is a nominee of the IF Award Rising Talent.