Siri is a Scottish writer/director working in film and TV. She is currently developing two feature films; Nine Lives co-written with Tom Basden, based on the Science Fiction short story by Ursula K. Le Guin, currently in development with Screen Scotland; and satirical creature-feature Cherry Island.

Her short films, including the BAFTA Scotland and Crystal Bear nominated Take Your Partners, have screened internationally at festivals such as the Berlinale, TIFF, Seattle, Cork, Edinburgh and BFI London.

Her TV directing work includes Pancake, a comedy pilot for BBC Digital and several episodes of River City, a continuing drama for BBC Scotland. She has also recently completed feature-length theatrical capture A Gambler’s Guide to Dying for The Traverse Theatre.

She was mentored by producer Andrew MacDonald (DNA Films) through the BFI Flare Mentorship programme, has an MA in Directing Fiction from The National Film & Television School and is represented by Casarotto Ramsay & Associates.

Siri identifies as non-binary and is equally comfortable with she/her and they/them pronouns.