Born and raised in Paris, Gabrielle is a New York-based filmmaker. Most recently, she wrote and directed the feature film YOSEMITE, starring James Franco and Henry Hopper, which premiered as the closing film at the Slamdance Film Festival (2015), and won the Tangerine Entertainment Juice Fund Award.  She also wrote and directed a segment of the feature film THE COLOR OF TIME (2014), based on the poetry of C.K. Williams, starring James Franco, Jessica Chastain and Mila Kunis. Her short film THE LAST CIGARETTE won the 2010 Reel 13 Independent Filmmaker competition and was broadcast on PBS.  She has directed and produced several branded films for Calvin Klein, Vita Coco and Moxie Pictures’ “I Love New York” campaign. Gabrielle holds a BA in Literature from Yale and an MFA in filmmaking from NYU.