Australian-born Cara Stricker is a director, photographer and music producer whose award-winning work has been showcased at film festivals, music and art venues around the globe.
Stricker has collaborated with world-renowned brands and artists including Chanel, Gucci, Missoni, Alexander Wang, A$AP Rocky, Cara Delevingne, Kirsten Dunst, and Gap, among many others, and has directed music videos for up-and-coming artists such as Chloe X Halle, Kelsey Lu, and Kadja Bonet.
Her photography and film projects have been featured in publications including Nowness, Fader, Interview Magazine, Dazed, Vogue US, i-D, The New York Times, Vice, MTV and Rolling Stone.
Stricker most recently brougth her distinctive intimate, playful visuals to commercials and branded entertainment, with her first project for Lime scooters, “Carlos,” a short film that explores how micromobility is transforming the lives of its users.
She is also working in the narrative space; her short film MAVERICK, starring Abbey Lee and Rhys Coiro, which she wrote and directed, premiered on Nowness earlier this year.
Stricker is passionate about championing women’s art, and in 2016, she launched the collective PET, a platform for women filmmakers, musicians and artists focused on bringing the most compelling and unique voices to the foreground. PET focuses on nurturing the collaborative space for passionate female creative professionals, releasing film, music, art, showcase curated events and exhibitions.