Through her work at ACTRA, Nicole helped create several initiatives for actors to empower themselves to become filmmakers, especially women, and thus began her passion for filmmaking.

Work History

Work History
2014 - Present

Producer, Director

FlipIt Productions

Produced and Directed the award winning short film "Ring and Repeat"

48 Hour Film Festival finalist selection, received Honourable Mention

2013 - Present

Producer, Director

FlipIt Productions

Produced and directed the award winning short film "A Bloody Mess"

Official Selection of the Female Eye Film Festival 2014

Honourable Mention - Crankyfest

Official Selection Brooklyn Underground Film Festival - nominated for "Funniest Moment"

2011 - 2012


ACTRA Toronto

As Chair of the Toronto ACTRA Women's Committee, was the co-creator and producer of the TAWC "Get Women Working" campaign PSA

Winner of the Min Sook Lee Labour Arts Award  


2015 - Present

Camera workshop


A workshop detailing camera equipment and usage.

2013 - 2015

Film Directing workshop (lead by Annie Bradley), Cinematographer workshop (lead by Sarah Thomas Moffat), Script writing workshop (lead by Daniella Saioni) and Producing workshop (lead by Jordana Aarons)

Toronto ACTRA Women's Committee TOOLKIT Initiative

A variety of workshops hosted by TAWC for ACTRA members looking to branch out into filmmaking.

2006 - 2008

Masters in European Classical Acting - graduated with Distinction

Drama Centre, London (UK) Central Saint Martins, UAL

Completed the performance Master's degree training at Drama Centre London, Shakespeare's the Globe Theatre and the Vakhtangov Institute, Moscow, Russia.

1995 - 1999

Bachelor of Theatre and Drama Studies 

University of Toronto at Mississauga

completed a four year degree in Theatre and Drama studies and two year diploma in acting at Sheridan College