Lâle grew up in the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Australia, and has been making films of some form since the age of 8. She would record herself and friends on an old video camera, come up with the stories and go through her mother's dress up box for costumes for their roles. In March 2016 Lâle founded River Run Productions.
Lâle's pilot script for a new web series Blue Mountain recently won Best Sci-Fi Screenplay in Los Angeles Film Awards 2018 & Best Short Screenplay in Red Carpet Film Awards NYC 2018. The script is currently in the official selection of Rome Prisma Awards 2018 and the semi-finals of the LOS ANGELES Cinefest 2019.
Lâle recently saw the production of her short film script The Palace That I Live In take place after a funding campaign on 'Pozible' and is currently in development stages for her next short film Atlantis which will be directed by Kate Halpin. The Palace That I live In, directed by Aimèe-Lee X. Curran had it's world premiere at the official competition Palm Springs International Short Fest in California 2014, then screened at NYC Independent Film Festival 2015, Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2015 and Tasmania Breath Of Fresh Air Film Festival 2016. During her time touring with the film Lâle was invited to be a judge for the Southeastern International Film Festival in Nashville 2016.
Lâle played a recurring role in both Matilda Brown’s series ~ ‘Lessons From The Grave’ with Bryan Brown, which screened on ABC & Presto, and Foxtel’s ‘Let’s Talk About’ featuring Rick Davies, Sam Neill, Bryan Brown, Andrea Demetriades & Steve Le Marquand. Both series were produced by Yingna Lu. Lâle also designed the costumes for both series, and 38 stories of 'Deadly Women' season 9 & 10. Lâle is currently playing the role of 'Marigold' in web series Delilah by Demi-Lea Worrad.
Lâle is a graduate of the Actors College of Theatre &Television, and the Design Centre Enmore. Lâle completed short courses in writing at Sydney Writers' Centre, and Sydney Uni and is a graduate of the NIDA Actors Ensemble open program, where continued to learn and maintain her craft. Read Lâle's essay The heroine's Journey:Women on Solo Expeditions through Film on the Women and Film website.
Lâle had one of her photographs printed in the first edition hardback of Blow Up which was in celebration of 40 years of the Australian Centre for Photography and an Honourable Mention in the 2016 International Photography Awards. Lâle has a triptych of her underwater photographs and poems published in Arts Features International, Issue 1, Winter 2018, ‘Escape Artists Anthology’ and Escape Artists Advanced Party by Borderstream Books, 2018.