Salomé Breziner was born in Brussels, Belgium and grew up in Florida. She began her career as a script supervisor on movies and television shows when she was in her late teens. She wrote and directed several award winning short films before writing and directing her first feature film Tollbooth, starring Fairuza Balk, Will Patton, and Seymour Cassell at age 23. She has written numerous scripts and tv pilots/shows and has gone on to direct An Occasional Hell, starring Tom Berenger and Stephen Lang, Fast Sofa, starring Jennifer Tilly, Crispin Glover, Eric Roberts and Jake Busey.
After taking a 5 year directing break to concentrate on writing and raising her two sons, Salomé re-teamed with her longtime producer Steven J Wolfe to direct The Secret Life of Dorks. She is also currently producing the feature documentary Butch Walker: Out of Focus, and The Ganzfeld Experiment starring Rumer Willis, Billy Zane, and Dominic Purcell and is currently in production directing the comedy Helicopter Mom starring Nia Vardalos, Jason Dolley, Skyler Samuels, Mark Boone Jr and Kate Flannery.