Lulu Wei is a filmmaker based in Toronto. She holds a Master of Fine Arts in Documentary Media from Ryerson University. Her short films have screened at various film festivals such as Images Festival, Melbourne Queer Film Festival and Inside Out Festival. Her short Spoke received an Honorable Mention for Best Canadian Short at the Planet In Focus Film Festival in 2012. She is currently working as a content director at an ad agency, directing, shooting and producing commercials. In the past, she has taught a comprehensive course on digital photography and video production at Fanshawe College. Previously, she has been a member of the International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE 667) and worked in the camera department on television shows such as Orphan Black, Nikita and Degrassi. She has worked as a cinematographer and camera operator on documentary shorts, web series, music videos and most recently on John Greyson’s latest feature Last Car. Her most recent project Left Hook won the 2014 Innoversity Digital Media Storytelling Pitch and was screened at the 2016 Inside Out Film Festival. Outside of being behind the camera, she has hosted videos for Daily Xtra, hosted a college radio show and DJs a monthly dance party.