Nic Yulo is an Adobe Design Achievement Award-winning writer-director based in New York. In 2018, she received a Breaking Barriers Grant for Female Directors and a GiGadgets Technology Award for her short film Horizon. A New York Women in Film & Television Scholarship Awardee, her work has advanced to the final rounds of the BlueCat Screenplay Competition, The Film Independent Directing Lab, and the Sundance Development Track.

Her films have premiered at numerous festivals and been featured at the Sloan Film Summit presented by Film Independent. Her original TV Pilot Night Witches, a limited series chronicling a teenage, all-female bomber pilot regiment active in WWII, was named Faculty Selects at the Columbia University MFA Film Festival, and received an Alfred P. Sloan Screenwriting Award. Currently, Nic is a writer for AAA game Ghost Recon: Breakpoint developed and published by Ubisoft. The eleventh installment in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon franchise, it premiered online in May 2019 and is set for an October release.


Columbia University, NY

M.F.A Film Graduate May 2018

Faculty Selects Sloan Screenplay Award

Bryn Mawr College, PA

B.A. Fine Arts & Creative Writing May 2011

Magna Cum Laude


Ubisoft Paris Studio

Writer August 2018 - Present

Writer on unannounced AAA video game series.

Columbia University School of the Arts

Graphic Design Fellow August 2015 - May 2017

Design posters, web banners, post cards, print and web materials for the School of the Arts publications and press.

Geiser Maclang Marketing

Associate Art Director July 2012 - May 2013

Creative Director for design and launch of Wood Living Magazine.
Lead design campaigns and conceptualize promotional materials: events, launches, and print products.

The Overlook Press

Art & Production Intern September 2011- January 2012

Streamlined e-book proofing process and created guidelines for e-book editing and digitization.
Designed original book covers, interiors.


 Semifinalist, WeScreenplay Diverse Screenwriting Lab, Hollywood, CA
 Semifinalist, Bluecat One Hour Pilot Competition, Hollywood, CA
 Semifinalist, Bluecat Screenplay Competition, Hollywood, CA
 GiGadgets Technology Award, Columbia University Film Festival 2018, Columbia University, NY
 Faculty Selects, Columbia University Film Festival 2018, Columbia University, NY
 Winner, Alfred P. Sloan Screenplay Award 2018, New York, NY
 Winner, Breaking Barriers Grant 2017, Columbia University, NY
 Winner, Alfred P. Sloan Production Grant 2017, New York, NY
 Winner, Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2016, Adobe Inc.
 Semifinalist, Austin Film Festival AMC One-hour Pilot Competition, Austin, TX
 Winner, Sloan Screenplay Mentorship Program, Columbia University, NY
 Finalist, Bluecat Screenplay Competition, Hollywood, CA
 Finalist, The Westfield Screenwriting Awards, New York, NY
 Scholarship Awardee, New York Women in Film Television, New York, NY
 Featured Artist, Philadelphia Orchestra Upcoming Artists Exhibit, Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA
 Featured Artist, Emerging Visions: Juried Undergraduate Exhibition ,
York Arts Gallery, PA


  • Photoshop
  • InDesign
  • Premiere
  • Illustrator

Client Testimonials

  • A hard worker who knows no shortcuts, Nic Yulo always works as efficiently and effectively as possible. She is not afraid to experiment with new trends, but can easily adjust to classic styles and methods. And the results are never a disappointment. She is a joy to work with, as she listens, she follows, she suggests, she innovates, and she truly cares for the output she creates. 

    Carmen Silverio-Roxas - Editorial Director, GeiserMaclang
  • I have been a fan of Nic Yulo's art for many years. She is a creative and original thinker whose unique brand of storytelling imbues her characters - on page, canvas or film - with a life all their own. I can say with confidence that Nic has a bright future of innovation ahead of her. I look forward to following her blossoming career.

    Anna Gadzinski - Former Client
  • As an intern at Overlook Press, Nic went above and beyond helping across multiple departments, taking on extra work, and making sure her work held up to the highest standards. She was an invaluable asset and anyone would be lucky to have her on a creative team.

    Sasha Geist - Assistant Manager of Sales and Marketing, Overlook Press