Born and raised in Alaska, Beth Dewey tells stories about complicated women and the female experience. She began her cinematic education working for exploitation legend Roger Corman on B-movies. She later went on to earn three Emmy nominations for Picture Editing. She garnered a PRISM award for her first movie TWEEKED, about meth addicts.
Dewey is drawn to content that features female protagonists and themes of the Phoenix Rising, particularly crime stories and female sexuality. Her work portrays a modern take on gender roles and argues that women today aren't damsels in distress. She divides her time between personal projects that are agents of change with working as a director for hire Her most recent directing work is the crime series CRAZY LOVE for Lifetime Movie Networks and ERASING EDEN, an independent film starring Breeda Wool (Mr. Mercedes, UnReal) currently on Amazon. Dewey is developing UNICORN SEX PARTY with a writer, a project that embraces sexuality in older women.www.bethdewey.com