Andy Murphy, founder of Ever Film Productions, LLC, is a published national author, director and writer concentrating in documentary programs. She spent 25 years in public relations and communications, retiring to pursue her passion for storytelling.
She is the founder of The WriteStuff Writers Conferences and Workshops and has an established literary agency underneath the umbrella of WriteStuff Writers.
She is the founder of a new film production company, EVER Films, LLC and has completed her first two documentaries, A Sign of the Cross and One Starry, Starry Night, which she wrote and directed.
Murphy was inducted into the Library of Congress StoryCorps Alumni (June, 2012) after PBS recorded her story documenting her lifelong habit of letter writing and the notable responses she has received. Murphy is also involved with the national Heartland Film Festival, serving as a Narrative Film Juror and was honored in 2013 with the prestigious Heartland “President’s Award” for her outstanding work and passion.
Murphy is also the mother of Ryan Murphy, creator of Nip/Tuck/GLEE/American Horror Story and multiple films.
Always writing, Murphy is currently working on a personal memoir, a humorous mystery novel, and a new romance novel adventure based on a true story.