Tricia Brock is among TV’s most sought-after episodic directors and one of the very few women working in the industry today who inspire the next generation of female directors. She has directed popular shows such as “Girls,” “Orange Is The New Black,” “Silicon Valley,” “The Walking Dead,” “Casual,” “Bull,” “Empire” and the Golden Globe-winning series’ “Mr. Robot” and “Mozart in the Jungle.” She also brings her talent for relatable, performance-driven storytelling to both branded entertainment and commercials, directing all eight episodes of the award-winning Nike first-ever scripted YouTube series, “Margot vs. Lily.” It features two Millennial sisters who couldn’t be more different challenging each other to step outside their comfort zones with some very creative New Year’s resolutions. Episode 1 garnered a staggering 16 million views, creating a cultural phenomenon with Millennials. More recently, Tricia directed a new campaign for Anheuser-Busch’s Lime-A-Rita brand for FCB Chicago, which highlights genuine moments of female friendship.
Tricia began her career as a writer, getting her first big break writing two episodes of the David Lynch’s cult series “Twin Peaks.” Her short film The Car Kid starring James Franco and Brad Renfro was developed into her first feature, Killer Diller, which premiered at SXSW and was also featured in the Tribeca Film Festival. Showtime took notice, and she was brought on to direct several episodes of the popular series “The L Word.” Tricia is developing a TV series with Rashida Jones called “Rush,” based on a documentary she made about Sorority Rush Week at Ole Miss. And she is developing a TV show with Steven Soderbergh. Her long list of enviable TV credits also includes “Breaking Bad,” “30 Rock,” “Community,” “United States of Tara,” “The Big C,” “The Killing” and many others.