Emory is a NYC-based auteur who focuses primarily on character-driven pieces, often working both behind and in front of the camera.

In 2015, Emory created and starred in her own web series, PANTS ROLE. The show was a hit, winning “Best Web Series” at the Fusion Film Festival. Emory’s debut short film, "Changing of the Leaves," has played dozens of festivals and received several prestigious awards including “Best Director” and "Best Actress.” Last summer, Emory directed and edited a music video, “Manchild,” that premiered on Billboard.com and has acquired over 37,000 views on YouTube.

This year, Emory had the pleasure of working on the 2018 Winter Olympic Games at NBC, where she produced and edited six of her own pieces.

Emory’s most recent short, “The Perfect Fit,” has screened at several festivals including New York Shorts International Film Festival, L.A. Women’s International Film Festival, WAMMFest, Oxford Film Festival, and will soon screen at SOHO International Film Festival. The film has received accolades for acting, screenwriting, cinematography, music and has just been named “Best Student Short” at the IMDB Independent Shorts Awards. Most recently, the film was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the First Annual Astoria Film Festival.

Emory is interested in telling stories about complex, fascinating women. With every project, she is doing just that.