Allison Flom is director/writer/storyteller from New York City.
She loves empathy for imperfect characters, empanadas, and her rescue dog, PJ.
She's very grateful for her unique life.
Allison is a founding Board Member of The Sunny Center, a Foundation providing post-exoneration support to the wrongfully convicted after incarceration. In 2018 she co-created CrimSim, an immersive simulation of the criminal justice system between arrest and conviction. Allison has training in curriculum design, devised theater, and art facilitation. She is a Licensed NY Sightseeing Guide and highlights little-known stories of powerful womxn in history via instagram stories.
Recently Allison co-authored Lulu is a Rhinoceros. Her webseries, Freelance, has earned awards and accolades at festivals across the country and her short film, Ill Feelings, premiered at Manchester International Film Festival in early 2020. What You've Done, a one-act play that Allison wrote and directed, recently earned her nods for Best Director in NY Summerfest. Her project Trouble In My Mind won Best Music Video at Atlanta’s Spotlight Film Awards. It has also screened at festivals in New York City, Philadelphia, Portland, and the UK. Allison’s historical true crime podcast, Erased, premieres this winter after several years of research!