Frank is a producer, writer and director. He is a partner in a film production company called Catch & Release Films. Frank’s directorial debut feature, “WildLike,” opened nationwide in theatres and On-Demand in late September. The film is winner of 46 Best Film and Audience Awards, and has been to over 150 film festivals and received stellar reviews. Before a career in film, Frank worked in Venture Capital and founded the business OfficeWorks, an incubator for start-up companies in Atlanta. He also founded ACE, a nonprofit that lobbies on behalf of arts and cultural organizations around Atlanta. After attending The Schenck School, he attended boarding school at the Eaglebrook School and Taft School. He has lived and worked in Japan as an English as Second Language teacher. Frank holds a Masters in Fine Arts from New York University’s Graduate Film program, where he was a Riese Fellow and a Graduate Assistant, and a Bachelor of Arts from NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study with concentration in Photography and Film. Frank is an avid backpacker and a member of MENSA. He lives in New York with his wife Molly and their two daughters.