Naima Ramos-Chapman is a witer, director, and editor on the critically acclaimed HBO series, “Random Acts of Flyness.”
Date of birth
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Ramos-Chapman was raised in Flatbush, Brooklyn. She is of Puerto Rican and Black descent.
She studied dance from childhood and attended the Alvin Ailey School for Dance. Ramos-Chapman graduated from Brooklyn College.
She is in a relationship with Terence Nance, who she met while interviewing him for Saint Heron, the creative agency owned by Solange Knowles.
Not yet established.
The first film Ramos-Chapman wrote and directed was the 2016 short And Nothing Happened. She used Kickstarter and worked several jobs to finance the film. The film, which she stars in, was inspired by her trauma in the aftermath of a sexual assault. She stated in an interview with Essence, "It is not only a thing one person survives–sexual assault is something a whole family, community, nation survives and until we understand that we cannot truly confront it. That is why I made And Nothing Happened."
In 2018, Ramos-Chapman wrote and directed Piu Piu, a "psycho surrealist" short that premiered at the 2018 BlackStar Film Festival. Piu Piu is loosely based on an experience Ramos-Chapman had being stalked by a stranger in public, while And Nothing Happened was inspired by her trauma in the aftermath of a sexual assault.
Ramos-Chapman was a writer, director, and actor for HBO's Random Acts of Flyness. She also edits and does production work for the series.
On July 24, 2019, it was announced that Ramos-Chapman will direct the upcoming Showtime series How to Make Love to a Black Woman (Who May Be Working Through Some Sh*t). The series is executively produced by Lena Waithe and written by creator Casallina “Cathy” Kisakye.
In 2020, she portrayed the role of Maria Birke in Body Cam film.
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