Chairperson & Founder
Lovely Day Productions
Lagueria Davis graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2007 with a BFA in Media Art. Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, Davis graduated in 1996 and found herself a freshman at OU double majoring in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Three years and three internships later, her need to create consumed her, and she left the engineering program and landed in the School of Art. Since graduating, Davis has established herself as an award-winning filmmaker.
MAID OF DISHONOR a feature she co-wrote was a 2016 Nicholls Fellowship Quarter-Finalist and was a quarter finalist in the 2015 WeScreenplay Competitions. REMEMBER ME a pilot Davis wrote was a semi-finalist 2016 WeScreenplay TV Competition. In addition, in 2013 THIS IS NOT A LOVE STORY, a feature script and in 2016 LIGHT IN DARK PLACES a short script placed in the Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition. Recently, Davis was selected to participate as a writer/director in the Outfest/NBCUni In-Fusion Talent Development Program. In Jan 2018, Davis shot LIGHT IN DARK PLACES. Next up in 2018, she will be directing a feature documentary, BLACK BARBIE, which was selected as a Big Sky Pitch Participant and WIF/Women at Sundance Financing Intensive.
Currently, Davis resides in LA where she’s on the board of the Alliance of Women Directors and Cinefemme.