Anika Kan Grevstad is an Asian American director from Seattle who is now based in Los Angeles.
She currently works with documentary director Doug Pray, most recently as an editor on the feature documentary, NEVER CATCH PIGEONS.
Her narrative short, WHAT WE FIND IN THE SEA, premiered at LA Shorts Fest 2021 and won Best Short Film at the Santa Fe Film Festival 2022. Her documentary short, NO ONE EVER REALLY DIES, won a Special Jury Award for new voices at the LA Asian Pacific Film Festival 2019.
She has worked as a cinematographer on a number of films, including THE JOB OF SONGS, a feature documentary about traditional Irish music, and the short fiction film BLACK FLAG, written by Idris Goodwin, which won an AT&T Shape Film Award.
She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Colorado College with a B.A. in Asian Studies and Film Studies.