Sarah Nicole Faucher was born in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Growing up as a severely hard of hearing child, Sarah Nicole Faucher gained invaluable insights into the human condition as she lip-read her parents’ conversations who were involved with Canadian Military Intelligence during the Cold War. An avid fan of fantasy, she is the author of many poems and a few short science fiction tales published in various magazines mainly under the pseudonym 'Nicole Matthews'. She also has worked in the costume/prop departments on several productions over many years. Some of her works reflect issues and her experiences as a woman born with a disability, sometimes with surprising intensity. Her first short film "Jack Be Quick" won two Awards. She received 3 nominations and 2 wins for her unproduced short script "Going Home", and received 2 nominations and 1 win for her other unproduced short script "Vignettes from a Cold War Child". "The Door Between Worlds" is her second short film that she has directed. Presently, it is still on the film festival circuit and has won three awards, including Best Fantasy Short Film in the Silk Road Film Awards-Cannes.