Dex Decker began her career as a story analyst for Michael Douglas’ production company, Furthur Films, and Robert De Niro’s scholarship program at Tribeca Films, TAA Connects.
In 2007, Decker formed her own production company NYCe Pictures and went on to write, direct and produce her first feature, Once Upon a Film, which garnered a couple of awards on the festival circuit, including Jury Award at Bluegrass Independent Film Festival. The film went on to secure distribution with Cinetic Media.
In 2019, Decker's second feature film Prairie Dogs, starring Lorelei Linklater (Boyhood) and Nikki Lowe (In the Middle of the River), won the Austin Film Society Feature Film Grant. Production is currently underway.
Decker has worked for Academy Award director Peter Bogdanovich as well as Willie Nelson and his production company, Luck Films. Additionally, she has produced commercials for Clairol, Herbal Essences, eDiets and numerous music videos. She has written and directed several short films.
Other feature films in development include, Freedom, a story about a musician who rescues and rehabilitates a bald eagle; Stars, a biopic about Cecilia Payne, the first female astrophysicist; and Cellophane, a story about the unraveling of a family secret, starring Shannyn Sossamon, Joanne Whalley and Tippi Hedren.