Erin Lovett is a director and writer who loves to craft intimate, character-driven genre films and documentaries that disturb the status quo.

Her first narrative short, THE KNOWING, a psychological horror film about infertility and the pressure surrounding female reproduction has screened at more than a dozen festivals in the US and abroad, including the Oscar-qualifying film festival HollyShorts, Portland Horror, Popcorn Frights, Vancouver Horror Show, Mexico’s Mirada Corta and New Zealand’s Terror-Fi festival, to name a few. The film has won multiple awards including Best Horror, Best Lead Performance and Best Film and Sound Editing.

Over the past decade, Erin’s award-winning directing and producing work in documentary television and film includes THIS IS LIFE WITH LISA LING (CNN), DARK NET (Showtime) and TIGHTROPE: AMERICANS SEARCHING FOR HOPE (PBS). In 2021, she received a Producers Guild Award for DEFYING GRAVITY: THE UNTOLD STORY OF WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS (YouTube). Through a documentary lens, she's covered a range of subjects from religious cults to mob mentality to racial and social injustice. Her work has aired on HBO, Showtime, CNN, National Geographic, PBS and other major networks.

At the start of 2024, she directed her first narrative feature for television - a thriller called A DEADLY THREAT TO MY FAMILY for Lifetime, premiering in early May.

Erin lives and works in Los Angeles.