Amelia M. Gotham is a performance artist living in the Los Angeles area. She studied theater, dance and singing techniques at The Pacific Conservatory of The Performing Arts in Central California before moving south in 2008. Since then, she's acted in numerous plays, commercials and films as well as written a full-length theatrical production called, SHUDDER, which premiered in 2010 at Zombie Joe's Underground Theater. She has directed several major stage shows starting with, ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, at the Brewary Arts Center in Northern Nevada at the age of 17. Currently, she is continuing her education in photography and film studies at the Academy of Art University. She also has two feature films being written entitled, NURSE KELLY, and, THIRST (working title)