Zoe Cassavetes grew up in Los Angeles and worked on many productions as a director, writer, producer and actress.
In the 1990’s, she teamed up with friend Sofia Coppola to make the TV show High Octane, one of the first shows to be entirely shot in digital video. Zoe also did stints as a host of MTV’s House of Style, as well as assistant directing feature films.
Several years later, Zoe moved to New York and directed her short film Men Make Women Crazy Theory which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival (2000). In 2007 she made her first feature film BROKEN ENGLISH, which also premiered at the Sundance Film Festival as well as numerous others around the world.
Zoe has made numerous commercials for clients such as Miu Miu, Louis Vuitton, Disney, Petit Bateau, Lamarthe, Chaumet, Johnnie Walker and Old Navy as well as music videos for Leighton Meester (Gossip Girl) and electro band Scratch Massive. As a photographer, Zoe works for high fashion magazines (Elle, New York Times, Liberation, Air France Madame) as well as many campaigns such as Dom Perignon and Martel.
Zoe has just completed a short film for Bombay Sapphire "The Other Side of the Game" and has just completed principal photography her second feature film “Day Out of Days" to be released in early 2015.