Michelle Law is a writer with experience in journalism, screenwriting and playwriting. For the screen, Michelle wrote multiplatform content for Flashforward (ABC), worked in the writer’s room for The Family Law (SBS), and developed story and interactive media for Slide (FOX8), for which she won an AWGIE. In 2013, Michelle wrote the short film Bloomers, directed by Corrie Chen, and Suicide and Me, a short documentary which screened on ABC2. She won her second AWGIE for Homecoming Queens, the first web series commissioned by SBS On-Demand. The series won Best Screenplay at Melbourne WebFest 2018. Michelle wrote on Get Krack!n and The Katering Show, which won a 2018 AWGIE for Best Situation or Narrative Comedy.
Michelle wrote Single Asian Female, a play commissioned by La Boite, which earned a 5-star Guardian review before transferring to a sold-out season at Belvoir in 2018. The play has since returned to La Boite with Michelle in the lead role, and will tour to Melbourne in 2019. In 2014, she co-authored the comedy book, Sh*t Asian Mothers Say. Michelle also won the 2016 Queensland Premier’s Young Publishers and Writers Award. She is currently working on her second play, and several feature and television projects. For a full CV please contact email@example.com.