Annabel Graham is a writer, photographer, filmmaker and artist. Born and raised in Malibu, California, she attended Phillips Academy Andover and graduated magna cum laude from NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study with a B.A. in Philosophy of Aesthetics & Art and a minor in French. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in Joyland, CutBank, Cosmonauts Avenue, Corium Magazine, Atticus Review and RETRO, a print anthology by Joyland, among others. Her journalism has appeared in GARAGE, Autre, Surface, Out of Order, and Malibu Magazine. Her photographs have been exhibited at the Los Angeles Center of Photography, and have appeared in Le Nouvel Obs, Bullett, Autre, No Tokens and CLES. She is the recipient of fellowships from Tin House and Disquiet. Her first short film, The Ravine, which she wrote, directed, executive-produced and starred in, premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival as part of the Short Film Corner. The film went on to screen at the 2016 Independent Filmmakers' Showcase, where it won Best Mystery Short and Best Actress in a Short Film (Annabel Graham), the 2016 Malibu International Film Festival, where it won the Special Jury Award, and the December 2016 edition of the HollyShorts Monthly Screening Series. She is a fiction editor at No Tokens, a print journal of literature and art, and a contributing editor at Autre. She lives in Brooklyn, and is currently pursuing her MFA in fiction at NYU.