Carolyn King is a Houston-based conceptual photographer, actor, and producer, with experience on projects produced by MTV, HBO Latino, and Univision. She has most recently garnered attention for her producing and art direction roles in Book of Ruth, a feature film by Sundance Alum, Pablo Véliz, which was an official selection to the Middle Coast Film Festival and Marfa Film Festival in 2014. Carolyn is most recognized for her acting work in a supporting role opposite Frank Mosley in Shane Carruth’s Upstream Color, an Official Selection at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and winner of the Special Jury Award for Sound Design. Most recently, she has worked with Dallas filmmaker Anthony Brownrigg in a supporting role in the sequel to the 1970’s horror cult classic, Don’t Look In The Basement. Carolyn has international acting experience on short films, has served as a Jury Member on the Short Film Circuit for the 10th Annual Monterey International Film Festival, and studied method acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York City. Flower Girls is her directorial debut.