Cara Stricker is an Australian born filmmaker, music video director, video artist, photographer, and music producer. She currently lives between Los Angeles and New York City.
Stricker’s work as a director, photographer and music producer have been published internationally including Nowness, Fader, Interview Magazine, Dazed and Confused, Vogue US, I-D Magazine, New York Times, 25 Magazine, Oyster Magazine, VS Magazine, Riot of Perfume, Russh Magazine, Vice, MTV and Rolling Stone, while collaborations include, Gucci Chanel, MAC Makeup, Missoni, Mother NY, Columbia Records, Alexander Wang, Parkwood Entertainment, A$AP Rocky, See Pictures & Sol Films, Terrible Records, XL Records, Matte Projects, MiLK, Gap, Fools Gold, Vogue and EMI, among many others.
Her work has been awarded and screened internationally including at Times Square, London Short Film Festival, Female Film Festival LA, Toronto Shorts International Film Festival, European Film Festival of Lille, Vivid Festival Australia, Colorado Flexiff International Festival, Sydney International Animation Festival, Indie Spirit Film Festival and Sugar Mountain Festival. Her most recent exhibitions showed at the Hole NYC two consecutive years. Her audio visual album produced with John Kirby (Solange Knowles, Sebastian Tellier, Blood Orange) self titled, DROOL, released on Terrible Records and included music performances in Australia, LA and New York City.
In 2016, Stricker launched the collective PET, a platform for women filmmakers, musicians and artists focused on bringing the most compelling and unique voices to the foreground. PET focuses on nurturing the collaborative space for passionate female creative professionals, releasing film, music, art, showcase curated events and exhibitions.