Ella-Pauline Franklin is a multimedia content creator and producer based in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Born and raised in urban cities, she grew up with an empathetic curiosity for understanding and exploring the human experience. At the core of what she does, Ella-Pauline is driven by the chance to uplift people through the power of storytelling and expression. She believes branded content, commercials, and multimedia platforms are limitless opportunities to impact the world, while giving artists a space to learn, collaborate and find the strongest creative solutions from many perspectives.
Ella-Pauline is one of three inaugural students to graduate UCLA’s School of Theatre, Film & TV (TFT) with a bachelor’s concentration in Producing. As an undergrad student, she enrolled in both MBA and MFA coursework at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and Producer’s programs. At 20, the first short film she produced premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, Short Film Corner. She is an alumnus of Film Independent’s Project Involve fellowship.
Outside of her creative work, Ella-Pauline is passionate about giving back and living consciously. Whether she is volunteering to empower vulnerable children and women in rural Kenya or being a committed mentor and board member of Awaken Arts 501c(3), she believes in being of service. Click here to read more about the non-profits she supports and participates in.