Tamra Davis is a film, television and music video director. Davis began her career making music videos and has to date made over one hundred videos spanning a diverse array of artists such as NWA, Sonic Youth and Bette Midler. Davis’ first feature film, Guncrazy with Drew Barrymore, was on Vincent Canby’s Top Ten list and gained a Golden Globe Best Actress nomination for Ms. Barrymore. Davis has directed 9 feature films, including Billy Madison with Adam Sandler, CB4 with Chris Rock and Half Baked with Dave Chappelle and Crossroads, written by Shonda Rhimes and starring Britney Spears and Zoe Saldana. In 2010 Davis completed work on Jean-Michel Basquiat–The Radiant Child, a documentary on the painter Jean-Michel Basquiat. The film premiered at Sundance Film Festival and continues to show in festivals and PBS. Davis also took over production of a documentary on seminal feminist musician Kathleen Hanna called The Punk Singer, which was widely distributed and has been playing the festival circuit since 2013. While spending time at home with her family, Davis discovered a love for television and continues to work on such shows as Grey’s Anatomy, Ugly Betty, My Name Is Earl, Single Ladies Hit the Floor, Odd Mom Out, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, Younger, Star, Alone Together, You’re The Worst and Santa Clarita Diet, Kevin Probably Saves The World.