Dawn Fields is a Los Angeles based film producer, director and writer who has worked in the film and television industry since the 1990s. In 2015/2016, her short film Fragile Storm, starring Lance Henriksen (Aliens, Millennium), Mackenzie Mason, and Jody Jaress, garnered numerous film festival awards. She is currently in development as the writer/director/producer of the Christmas horror/fantasy Zombie Elves and is also the writer/director/producer of the multi-award winning short film FOUND and the romantic dramedy Touch. Before making the transition to writer/director, Fields worked as a producer, editor, assistant director, production manager and production assistant for such companies as Lucasfilm, Tristar, Twentieth Century Fox, Bret Ratner's Rat Productions, Orion, Lorimar, Morgan Creek, ABC, NBC/Universal and Aaron Spelling Productions. In the beginning of her career she worked on such notable projects as The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (with George Lucas), Love Potion No. 9 (Sandra Bullock and Tate Donovan), Wilder Napalm (Dennis Quaid and Debra Winger), Free-Jack (Mick Jagger and Emelio Esteves) and Big Dreams and Broken Hearts: The Dottie West Story (Michelle Lee).