Miranda is a director/writer/producer currently living in Los Angeles. In 2019, she was a Ryan Murphy Half Initiative fellow, shadowing on the Netflix series RATCHED. She won Go Into the Story‘s Quest Initiative in 2013 for her pitch for the feature film MOTHERFUCKER-IN-LAW. She was a winner of The Next MacGyver competition in 2015, paired with mentor Clayton Krueger at Scott Free to develop original pilot RIVETING, about American women on the homefront in WWII. She also won the Playstation Emerging Filmmakers Competition in 2017 for her witness protection pilot TWO ROADS, which was released on PlayStation platforms in 2018. As a reader, she has done coverage for producers of films ranging from indie hits like Drive to studio features including Final Destination, American Pie, and The The Babysitters Club, as well as television shows Huge and My So-Called Life, and dozens of screenplay contests. She founded Harbor Road Entertainment to continue to work as a writer, director, and producer. She blogs about writing and screenwriting tips at In Brief Writing. She is dedicated to creating opportunities in front and behind the camera for women and minorities. She enjoys hard-hitting dramas, dark comedies, UK/Scandi-noir, and ’90s legal thrillers.
Natalie Nicole Gilbert
Natalie Nicole Gilbert is a voting member of the Recording Academy with nine (9) solo albums and four (4) singles to her credit, and first appeared on the GRAMMY ballot in 2013. In addition to her music, she has more than 10 years in broadcast radio as a radio host and voiceover talent, and has done national commercials for McDonald’s, Cadillac, Quizno’s, and other well known brands. She began her own recording studio in 2005, and continues to produce and co-produce her own music. Previously heard on the air at WJIE, Lite 106.9, Oldies 103 WRKA, 101QFL, and KDAR, Natalie Nicole continues to provide imaging, ADR, and post audio for top clients around North America, the UK, New Zealand, and Lebanon. She’s also a session vocalist for the Dublin Studio Hub, and film and TV composer with Music + Pictures, whose credits include Smallville, Law and Order, The Office, and many others worldwide.