Julia Dameron

Van Nuys,
United States
Focus area: Video, Film, Performance Art, Theater Studies

Jules Dameron is an award-winning film director who's directed a TV series, "Møkkakaffe" in Norway, as well as creating numerous ASL music videos such as "Different Colors," "Rolling in the Deep," "Lazy Song," "Somebody I Used to Know.” She’s directed short films and web series such as Crazy Town, Don’t Shoot the Messenger, and Reverse Polarity. Jules has worked with many well-known talents such as Marlee Matlin, Sean Young, Sean Berdy and many more. Jules has also delved into theatre direction with New York Deaf Theatre’s Maple & Vine (Written by Jordan Harrison).
On top of directing, she’s giving herself a taste of acting by playing the role of Capulet in Ophelia’s Jump’s Romeo & Juliet and the role of Defloria in Middle 8 at the Stella Adler Theatre in Hollywood. Also having graduated from Gallaudet University with a BA in Television/Cinema, Jules trained at the University of Southern California with an MFA degree in Film Production. Jules continues to direct, act and write without a break.