K. Nicole Mills is a Los Angeles based filmmaker originally from the Washington DC area. After spending years learning the craft of filmmaking by working for several filmmakers, she recently produced and directed her first short film, A RACE IN THE SUN. The short film is an exploration of cycling culture through the eyes of Ayesha McGowan who rose through the ranks of the New York City underground cycling world to break barriers as the world's first African American woman to become a professional cyclist. K. Nicole has worked on films such as Space Jam: A New Legacy, and on series such as Amazon’s Harlem helmed by Tracy Oliver, Hulu’s Wu Tang: An American Saga, and several NBC pilots. She started her career in the NBC Page Program working in Development, and then went on to work in Alternative Programming and Development where she was involved in the development of series such as The Voice, The Biggest Loser and more. K. Nicole currently works at Universal Pictures.