Lauren Rayner is a storyteller and experiments by telling stories in various creative mediums, including but not limited to: Theatre, Film, Music, Dance, Opera, Photography, Web Design, Multi-media. She holds a BA from the University of Southern California.
After constant exposure to the film industry while in Los Angeles and at USC, Lauren relocated to New York and is currently producing a series of independent short films, including Moving Forward written and directed by Joshua Weber (Official Selection, San Diego Black Film Festival), The Days God Slept directed by Jeremiah Kipp, and a new project by TreeFa Films entitled Delusion written by Scott Miller shooting on location in New York City and Budapest. Lauren also directed a novel adaption of Beautiful Garbage in an ongoing collaboration with writer Jill Di Donato.
Currently, Lauren is living in New York City and producing a mixture of about 3 to 6 stage, film, and multi-media projects a year. Lauren is proud to be a fiscally sponsored artist with Fractured Atlas.
University of Southern California