A graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Film and Television, Lauren Auricchio is an editor for features, television, and promos with experience working on both coasts for various networks and studios in post production including A&E Television Networks, History Channel, WEtv, Curious Pictures, Fuse Network, and Ari Gold Films. Her credits have ranged widely from feature documentary to comedic reality TV; from working on a motion capture stage for The Beatles: Rock Band to cutting promos for The VH1 Save The Music Foundation.

In collaboration and promotion with Hot Press Magazine and Tisch School of the Arts, Lauren produced, directed, and edited the music video "Rainstorm" for Irish artist DJ Kormac and Scribble Records while living abroad in Dublin, Ireland. Heralded as "Conceptually intricate, highly directed, and precise," Rainstorm premiered to a reception of press interest at Dublin's Sugar Club and was not only picked up for broadcast on Ireland's Channel 6, but was also televised throughout the U.K. in association with Lotus Media.

Lauren also produced, directed and edited a short experimental film entitled Speak Heaven. The film went on to win many accolades for its poetic style and transcendental use of the film medium, including Distinctive Achievement for Student Film and Costume Design at Wild Rose Independent Film Festival as well as being a Semi-Finalist at Moondance and an Official Selection at the Akasha Metaphysical Film Festival.