Kat Mills is a director, writer, and performer originally from Honolulu, Hawaii. Kat's diverse body of work spans film, music videos, theater, dance, and performance art. She recently wrote and directed the short film “Under Body”, a psychological drama about sexual harassment. Her work has been presented at the Director's Guild of America (DGA), New York University, LA Asian Pacific Film Festival, and Hawaii International Film Festival. Kat's work explores the landscapes of existentialist feminism through dreams, death, sex, and non-linear storytelling such as movement and dance. As an artist of mixed heritage, Kat is committed to preserving native cultures and spirituality, while evolving ideologies with reverence, honesty, and compassion. Kat is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. She currently resides in Los Angeles.
In 2015, Kat founded Wildstate, through which she offers wellness workshops, private sessions, workshops, and retreats. As a longtime student of yoga, meditation, and most recently, tea ceremony, Kat is passionate about uplifting others with these ancient practices through humor and grace. To learn more, please visit wildstatewellness.com or @wild.state.