Castille has been working in the entertainment industry for several years and has a fascination with stories about the human condition. At 18, she sold her first feature-length script. A year later, her second script, for a television pilot, was produced starring Morgan Fairchild and Robert Carradine. A senior at Harvard University (English w emphasis in Shakespearean studies), she has directed and produced several short films, and executive produced Leah Meyerhoff’s directorial debut, "I Believe in Unicorns," which premiered to rave reviews at SXSW, and went on to play at over 30 festivals internationally. Castille was the youngest, and the only female, chosen for the 2015 IFP Narrative Directors’ Labs, and ALBION is the only family/young adult film to ever be chosen for the program.