Aoise Tutty (pronounced ‘Eesha’) is a film director passionately committed to using the art of storytelling to make films that deliver empowering and visceral messages. Her work explores feminine identity and ancient rituals, providing a framework for reconnecting with forgotten ways of life.
She has a background in the visual arts and professional photography, as well as experience in theatre direction, writing and performance. She has spent over a decade making narrative dramas, documentaries, branded content, music videos, and fashion films.
Her films have been selected for Internationally Acclaimed film festivals including Cork Film Festival (2018), London Short Film Festival, Indie Cork Film Festival and The Fastnet Film Festival. Her work has featured in media outlets such as O2 Academy, Flaunt Magazine, Vogue Italia, Dummy Magazine, Novelty Magazine, Rebelle Society and Promonews. She has had photographic and written features published in Well Being and Other Stories, Totally Dublin magazine and South China Morning Post. Post Magazine. She has worked directly with artists such as Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Liam Gallagher, Kasabian, Ed Sheeran, Rag N’Bone Man and George Ezra among others.
Her work has brought her to South East Asia, Cape Town, and across Europe. She is currently based in West Cork.