Erin Christovale is an upcoming filmmaker who recently graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.A. in Cinematic Arts. Based in Los Angeles, she has already gained producer roles working on a webisode series with KCRW’s Garth Trinidad. Along with her filmmaking skills she continues to harness her entrepreneurial skills, and co-founded a clothing and jewelry line in 2010 called “The Coven” with three other women. Her jewelry has come into the likes of many people including Erykah Badu. She is also curating her first art show along with her art collective, “Native Thinghood” that will feature upcoming LA-based artists and musicians. She enjoys producing and organizing events within the arts and continues to pursue this talent. She strives for humanitarian rights and spent her high school years volunteering at the Long Beach Memorial Hospital and spending her last year in college in an eco-friendly coop that focused on sustainability. She decided to join the project “Endangered White” in order to further her education on people with albinism and to use her filmmaking as a liaison to tell stories that are rarely heard.