Developing short film AMADI COMES HOME as actor/director/producer with co-creators of Casting Call | The Project Jenna Ciralli and Laura E. Bray. Principal Photography slated to begin early 2019. Script written by Laura E. Bray and April Matthis,  finalist in the HollyShorts Film Festival Screenplay Competition, Quarterfinalist in the BlueCat Screenplay competition and the ScreenCraft Film Fund.


Directed/ Edited/Produced music video for Kris Alberts’ CHRISTMAS FEELIN

Wrapped Principal Photography on short psychological thriller “GAME OVER” starring Julie Asriyan & Jennifer Suter directed by J. Amanda Sabater . An All-Female cast and crew production with the women-in-film initiative Women’s Weekend Film Challenge.

Directed/ Produced/Edited music video for Kris Alberts’ NOT GONNA LIE.

LAST CALL: Scenes From A Bar – An innovative pop-up production of immersive, site-specific piece of theater developed by Julie Asriyan, Jenna Ciralli, Carolyn McCandlish & Kendrick Merdani. Featuring classic and contemporary works.

Lead Editor on BIG SMOKE The Web Series in development from Miriam Glaser and Laura Bray, directed by Charlotte George.


Julie’s photography published in the Fall 2018 issue of HyeBred Magazine . Pomegranate Season.

Published in the Fall 2018 issue of HyeBred Magazine

Project W Theater Festival MILK AND GALL by Mathilde Dratwa directed by Jen Wineman.

KRYPTONIGHTS feature film in which Julie Asriyan plays “Maria” premiered at the Hoboken International Film Festival.

Kryptonights, 2018

Instant cult horror film favorite “Art the Clown” is back in TERRIFIER, 2018 directed by Damien Leon , in which Julie has a small role as the doctor. Now available on VOD. Part of the “Netflix and Chills” lineup on Netflix.

Shot the cover and story image for HyeBred Magazine April 2018 issue. FORGET ME NOT.

Shot the cover and story images for HyeBred Magazine April 2018 issue Forget Me Not

Women’s Voices Theater Festival / New Circle Theater Company staged reading of KISSED THE GIRLS AND MADE THEM CRY by Arlene Hutton directed by Emily Tetzlaff.