Draper Shreeve is a director, editor, and photographer
based in New York City. As a filmmaker, his work
includes the award-winning Dangerous Music featuring
Welker White (The Irishman), and Tony Award winner
John Benjamin Hickey (The Inheritance). It has screened
at festivals internationally, been included in the New
American Short Film series at the American Film Institute,
and broadcast on television in nine countries.
Documentaries include qFLIX Best Feature winner
Queer City, and Kids of Penzance, featured on the
Documentary Channel. Recently he completed
Everything Matters, a film that tells the stories of
the patients of Dr. Ann Webster, a former therapist in
mind-body medicine at Harvard Medical School.
His work is included in the permanent Special Collections
of Swem Library at the College of William & Mary.
Born and raised in Tennessee, Shreeve graduated
from the University School of Nashville. He studied design
and filmmaking at Pratt Institute and New York University.
He lives in New York City.
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