Holli Rae is an artist and director from Los Angeles, CA, best known for her acute attention to detail, vivid imagery, and ability to evoke emotion. She has produced and directed imagery for film, TV, documentary, animation, advertising, fashion, and music.

After studying Fine Art and Visual Communications, her passion for amplifying underrepresented voices and inspiring positive social change led her to produce and direct her first feature, a documentary titled The Goddess Project.

The film was translated into 5 languages and screened at over 300 cinemas worldwide, including a 50 screen tour at AMC Regal theaters across the United States. Its international impact opened her eyes to the transformative power of storytelling, fueling her drive to continue to create content that moved people.

After producing and directing many projects as a self-taught filmmaker, Holli decided to attend USC’s School of Cinematic Arts to hone her skills and graduated with honors in film & television production. 

She serves as a mentor for young aspiring filmmakers and is the founder of Creative Women of L.A., a support network of 14,000+ Woman-identifying Creatives in Los Angeles.