Abby Fuller is the only female director on the critically acclaimed, Emmy-nominated, CHEF'S TABLE, now in its fourth season on Netflix. Her debut feature documentary, DO YOU DREAM IN COLOR? played at twenty festivals nationwide winning several awards and screened at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It was distributed on PBS and Sundance Now and is currently part of a national screening series to empower disabled youth.
Previously she produced and directed the Emmy award winning series, TRUE LIFE for MTV where she captured the harrowing stories of young people caught in the opioid and heroin epidemic. She has directed, produced and edited documentaries for Ron Howard / Imagine Ent., Sundance Channel, Food Network,Google, and National Geographic. Abby has been the recipient of the Loreen Arbus activist filmmaker award presented by New York Women in Film and the Dr. James Bolotin award presented by the National Federation of the Blind.
In addition to filmmaking, Abby is the co-founder of a 1,500 acre ranch in Northern Virginia dedicated to environmental stewardship, biodiversity and addressing climate change, APD Farm. When she is not on set or in an edit she can be found studying soil and growing healthy food with her fiancé and her dog, Charlotte.