Luci Kwak Bradley, an award winning Korean-American filmmaker, was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and raised in Los Angeles, California. Her fascination with the complexity of human relationships led her to study psychology at UCLA, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree. Luci's passion for film led her to pursue an MFA in Cinema at San Francisco State University. Ms. Kwak’s debut film, "Return to Grace" won 8 awards internationally. Most notably, the Grand Jury Prize for "Best Bay Area Short" at the 41st San Francisco International Film Festival, the Bronze Plaque" and "Honorable Mention" at the 46th Columbus International Film Festival, the Princess Grace Award (and Cary Grant Film Award) from the Princess Grace Foundation. Luci's second film "The Theater of Martin Lim" starring the acclaimed Robert Ito, won "Best in Show" at the Hope and Dreams Film Festival, and an "Honorable Mention" at the 50th Columbus International Film Festival. She completed her first HD production entitled, "Beyond the Silence”, and recently produced a 35mm short entitled, “Unconditional”. Luci currently is in development on several film projects and working as a Producer on the hit television court series, “Judge Judy”.