Sherren Lee is a filmmaker. She graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University in 2007 and has since worked in the Film and Television industry. Her directorial debut was on an original play, “Hell Is Other People Like You” by Adam Ryan, and won the Clark Lewis Prize for the best play produced at McGill in 2006. In 2009, she founded Sunday Afternoon Productions and produced, wrote and directed her first play, “Love Story Soundtrack.” In 2010, she released “M&E,” a series of 3 design videos showcasing Toronto-based interior designer, Alexandra Campbell.
Meanwhile, she has worked as a Production Manager and 1st AD in various productions including hidden camera comedy series for City, "Meet the Family," documentary for TSN, "The 13th Man" by Larry Weinstein, documentary series for APTN, "Finding Our Talk 3" with Mushkeg Media, thriller feature "Separation" with Birchmount Entertainment Inc., and web series "Pretty in Geek" with GopherX.net.
"The Key," "Which Way Is Happiness?" and "A Bad Fall" are parts of her "3 Short Shorts" series, which are currently being submitted to festivals. Sherren has also just completed "Dinner With Exes," a 10-mins short made for The Toronto Film Challenge, her 19-mins short, "So Nice to Love You" and her 3-min short, "My Favourite Thing." She is currently writing shorts and her first feature, and loving every single minute.
She enjoys delicious food, loves to travel and is always up for meeting new people and hearing their stories. Smiling is also one of her dearest hobbies. Oh, and singing, too.