Robyn Grace

Robyn studied Drama & Film, and English Literature at Victoria University in Wellington, she went straight on to start a career in the theatre, working in lighting, stage management, publicity and eventually Directing, with the critically acclaimed “Dry White and Friendly”. She also directed Alan Brough in his Comedy sensation “You’ve been a bad, bad boy Elvis” which toured from NZ to the Montreal Comedy Festival. 
After a stint overseas she returned to work in New Zealand, as a First Assistant Director in the film industry.