Larin’s experimental documentary, Soul, about burial garment designer Pia Interlandi, premiered to critical acclaim on ABC Australia as part of the award-winning Anatomy Arts series, produced by Matchbox Pictures.
Her commercial work in the US and Australia includes spots and branded series for Lexus, Samsung, Hyundai / Genesis, Nestle, McDonalds, Travelodge, Mastercard, AMF, the Government of Canada and Commonwealth Bank.
Starting her career at Smuggler in New York and Exit Films in Sydney, she was mentored by directors Ben Lawrence and Doug Pray while developing her own distinctive voice.
A graduate of the Columbia University School of the Arts MFA Film program, her three narrative short films, Exposure, Bike Job, and Dive, have collectively played over 30 festivals globally, including at the BFI, Nashville Film Festival, IFC Center in NY, Bicycle Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival, and several LGBTQI festivals including InsideOut, NewFest, Mardi Gras Queerscreen, Frameline and Outfest.
Larin work reflects a dynamic approach to storytelling that crosses between documentary and fiction, often exploring emerging social movements and underrepresented identities. Her work has been featured on Showtime Networks, HGTV, OUT Magazine, Ovation TV, VICE and Foxtel.
Her feature, Temper, the first narrative film about a drag king, is currently in development.