Lauren Indovina is a director and designer based in Los Angeles. With a background in film and fine art and over 10 years experience in advertising, Lauren has been at the helm of original content for internationally renowned design studios and advertising agencies. Under her direction, Lauren’s projects earned top honors from AICP, The Clios, The Art Directors Club, and The Emmys. Her work is included in The Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art’s permanent motion collection and has been on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

In 2013 Lauren received the ADC Young Guns award for top creative professionals under 30. She has been a featured artist in international publications including Computer Arts Magazine, ADC Global Magazine, ADC Behind the Gold, The Emmys Magazine, Autodesk, Creative Review, Motionographer and Monki Fashion Magazine.

In 2009, she joined the award winning animation and visual effects studio PSYOP as a director and designer. During this time, her leadership was behind many of PSYOP's most iconic campaigns and original content including the critically acclaimed Emerge”, Fage “Plain”, IBM, Airbnb, Ciroc, FedEx, British Gas, Sherwin Williams, and Becks beer “Serenade” XLVII Super Bowl commercial.

Equally comfortable designing, public speaking, and writing, Lauren is a published author on motion design whose lectures have taken her across the world. Prior to PSYOP, Lauren was a director for the design studio BLIND NY and an author on the site motionographer.com where you can read her interviews and posts here.

An alumni of The Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Lauren was an honors graduate majoring in film and animation with a minor in art history. She was the recipient of a merit scholarship which identified and honored promising vision. Her thesis film, Fish Heads Fugue, was a critical success.

Most recently, Lauren's first three original screenplays are slated for release May 2018.