Heloise is an actor, who writes films and plays.
She has performed, has been curated and produced at various downtown NY venues such as JACK, Dixon Place, The Bushwick Starr, The Fringe, The Flea Theater, the Black Lady Theatre and many more. She also works extensively in film, television and commercials.
She has an award winning production company called Little y, a not-for-profit multi-award winning film and theatre company committed to exploring the power and complexity of marginalized women by starting with the question... y?
Her writing often explore family dynamics, sexuality, first times, and how social and political circumstances shape our identity and the environment we live in. Heloise's work is influenced by her interest in empirical sciences, and background in philosophy. She is fond of physically told narratives and coming out of age quirky film.
She trained at the Stella Adler Evening Conservatory and received her MFA in Playwriting at Brooklyn College under the supervision of Mac Wellman, Erin Courtney & Anne Washburn.
She is the recipient for the Literary Truman Capote Prize in playwriting ( 2013 ) and a double recipient for the Himan Brown award in creative writing ( 2014 and 2015 ).
Heloise lives in Brooklyn, NY, and often works in the UK and France as well.
Other life interests include: Baking, Fleetwood Mac, French Disco and Swedish design.
Find out what's she's been up to here.