Erin Harper is a writer/director/producer. She received her B.S. in Theatre from Northwestern University and M.F.A. in Film at City College of New York. Harper produced the feature comedy, “My Best Day” which premiered at The Sundance Film Festival in 2012. A NYSCA grant supported her international touring improvised film and jazz show, “Passion,” originally a short documentary. Harper has worked with Barbara Hammer's feature, “This House, a Film on Elizabeth Bishop” and was cinematographer on Hammer’s award winning short, “Maya Deren’s Sink.” Harper is a visiting guest artist instructor at Pratt Institute teaching Introduction to Production, Documentary and Hybrid Film courses. Her current projects include: a directorial feature debut "East of Denver," which is an adaptation from Gregory Hill's award-winning novel along with a writing/directing project, the companion short, "Now Museum, Now You Don't."