Terese Andrén

Terese grew up in an artistic family. Every birthday she got crayons, paint and sketchbooks. Since then she has moved onto different materials, writing and directing a number of short films, music videos and commercials. 

She started her career in New York, working as a photographer and also assisting controversial artist Andres Serrano (Piss Christ), before moving into film directing. 

After completing a degree in film directing at Dramatiska Institutet (Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts), her graduation film NINA ARGENTINA became critically acclaimed and screened at several festivals around the world.

After working for a while in LA with production company TRAKTOR, she's now back in Stockholm and working on a feature film, produced by Garagefilm International (Call Girl, Sebbe).