Doree Simon is a driven young filmmaker and producer from Pittsburgh. A graduate of NYU, she pursues theme-driven projects with a global impact. As a documentary filmmaker, she co-directed the 2012 Sundance feature 99% -- The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film, which sold to Participant Media. She also worked with Academy Award nominated director Josh Aronson on his feature, Orchestra of Exiles, and has produced numerous short form travel-centric pieces. In narrative fiction, she recently worked with Neil LaBute, Stanley Tucci and Alice Eve on LaBute's latest feature Some Velvet Morning and handled various pre-production responsibilities on independent producer Daryl Freimark's feature Allegiance. She has worked closely with rising figures in independent cinema such as T.J. Misny and Kate Lyn Sheil and most recently produced Escape from St. Quentin's, a Pittsburgh-based short film which won third place in the 2012 Steeltown Film Factory Screenwriting Competition and wrapped production in January 2013.