Phoebe Parker (she/her) is a creator originally from the humid side of Texas. After more than a decade in Los Angeles working in film and television, Phoebe traveled to Portland, Maine in 2015 and found herself seduced by the beauty, adventure, and seasonal changes of the New England coast. A lover of stories with a curious heart, Phoebe finds joy and inspiration through exploring what it is like to be human. As a photographer her work leans towards a natural light documentary style, and she often creates imagery for nonprofits involved in conservation, education, and social causes. As an actor she’s been seen on Maine stages in Constellations, Lungs, The Moors, Life Sucks, and a public reading of Carolyn Gage’s In McClintock’s Corn. Her latest short film creations include Shanti Shanti Sayonara, a silly and magic-inspired comedy which she wrote and directed, and Boobies, a nonfiction exploration of the experiences and struggles women and nonbinary folks have had with their breasts. A lover of nature and soft blankets and a collector of new experiences, her favorite word is surrender, and she often finds herself marveling at what poets can do. She sees god (or whatever) in the way sunlight bounces off water, peeks through the trees, and dances its way through old window glass. Phoebe believes with her whole heart that life is beautiful and ridiculous, and she hopes her work makes you feel, or think, or even better, makes you laugh with delight.