Sunny Grace is an award-winning writer, director and creative producer who tells female driven stories about people defying societal norms, in the fight for equality.
Growing up with hippy parents and living a life not normal gives her a unique perspective on life that she brings to her stories, often with natural world or supernatural elements. She completed a Master of Arts in Performance Writing at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts in 2016. Her feature film Never the Bride was a finalist in the 2021 AACTA Regional pitch competition. She was longlisted for the AWG Monte Miller award with her TV pilot, Almost Paradise.
In 2020 she won the AACTA mini short film pitching competition for her short film Charging that premiered at Screenfest 2020. She directed, produced, and wrote the short film Trigger Happy, which won an Award for Excellent at Global Shorts and was shortlisted for the AACTA social shorts award. Her screenplay, The Bower Girl, was long listed for AWG Insite award. Her play, The Angelica Complex, premiered at The Kings Cross Theatre in Sydney in 2016 and has been published by APT. In 2018 she was awarded The Rex Cramphorn Artist in Residency at Sydney University.
She has produced award winning content since 2002 including the multi award winning short film, dik. She divides her time between Sydney with her sons, Ballina with her husband and wherever the story make take her.