Up and coming filmmaker, Tabatha Mudra was inspired to transition into film after fifteen years in photography. Mudra’s goal was to enhance her storytelling, using film as a platform to more effectively engage and communicate with audiences thus creating a moving experience. With powerful stories to tell, Tabatha Mudra’s passion is deeply rooted in social activism. Tabatha values herself a “creative outlaw” and often chooses to tell the stories of society’s underdogs. Her interest in subject matter ranges from gender and sexuality to racism, human trafficking, as well as food and animal justice.
Mudra’s next goal along side her film crew, the “1310 Bandits” is to use the resources from their recent victory at the 2015 Miami 48 Hour Film Project to continue work on upcoming music videos as well as another short film.