I am an Actress. I am an Artist. I am inspired by nature and life's rugged beauty and strive to translate that rawness into my own art.
Eva Augustina Sinotte is an actress who grew up in Carmel By The Sea. She has been inspired by her loving family of artists and entrepreneurs and growing up exploring the beautiful Big Sur coast line. Eva translates nature and life's rugged beauty into her art. Eva Augustina Sinotte graduated in 2014 from the California Institute of The Arts acquiring a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Acting. While studying at CalArts she acted in 27 short films and performed in many plays. One of which was The Magic Tower, adapted from Tennessee Williams one act plays, facilitated by James Franco and Deborah Lavine. Eva played two distinctly different characters, a grieving Mother, Bella and a troubled starlet in search of love, Annabelle. Eva also performed in the play There Be Dragons, directed by Zoe Aja Moore and written my Alescia Harris. Eva played a drug addict, Queen, on a quest. This past August she had the privilege of acting in the Independent Film, I Am Michael, starring James Franco, directed by Justin Kelly. Eva has been in programs such as: ABC's Ugly Betty, The Sundance Film Festival with the film I Am Michael, The Slamdance Film Festival with the film Viscera, The LA Short Film Festival and The Carmel Art and Film Festival with the film Desert Noir, the Paris CinéRail Film Festival with the film Seen, and The National Film Festival for Talented Youth with the film Writers Paradise. Eva has also modeled in the 79th Academy Awards wearing an 18th century gown from the film Marie Antoinette. Eva Augustina Sinotte will continue her expression in the arts forever.
"Live the full life of the mind,
exhilarated by new ideas,
intoxicated by the romance of the unusual." -Ernest Hemingway