Laura's gritty East London set debut feature Live East Die Young (2012) was nominated Best UK Feature at Raindance and Golden Hitchcock at Dinard. It was sold internationally by Paris-based Reel Suspects and distributed globally by iTunes.
Her subsequent ten-part art film series Ten Faces of Anna (2014) premiered as installation at Arts Council England supported Stanley Picker Gallery in Kingston, London, with episode Dolly winning Best Actor at ASVOFF Paris Centre Pompidou. It screened at international film festivals including the BAFTA-qualifying Aesthetica in York.
Laura's teaser for Charlie, a new British crime drama TV series, recently won Best Trailer award at Los Angeles Film Awards.
In addition to narrative films, Laura's work spans fashion films, music videos and experimental artist moving image work.