Draper Shreeve is a director and editor based in New York City. As a filmmaker, he has made four narrative shorts including the award-winning Dangerous Music featuring Tony Award-winner John Benjamin Hickey. 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 Queer City and Kids of Penzance, featured on the Documentary Channel. He is currently finishing Everything Matters, a film that tells the stories of the cancer and HIV patients of Dr. Ann Webster, a therapist in mind-body medicine at Harvard Medical School.
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.