Kefi is a multi-award winning playwright and screenwriter.
Her play, Mathematics of the Heart, won Best New Play at the Brighton Festival 2011 and an 'Outstanding Artistic Achievement' award. It transferred to Theatre 503 in London in 2012 and enjoyed a sell-out run and widespread critical praise.
Other work includes the short play, Sexlife, which premiered as part of Peep at the Plesance at the 2012 Edinburgh Festival and was performed again in the Assembly Gardens in 2013. SexLife has since been adapted into a short film directed by Stefan Georgiou and starring Dylan Edwards and Jemima Rooper. It is produced by Chasing the Bear.
Kefi has also written a short film called Girl Power. Produced by Attercop and starring Jason Flemyng, Dakota Blue Richards and Alice Lowe.
She has also written short plays for Latitude Festival and the Miniaturists at the Arcola.
Her short film, Cregan, has been screened in competition both nationally and internationally including the Belfast Film Festival, Soho Rushes, New York Downtown Film Festival Audience Choice Screening, Foyle Film Festival and the Brighton Film Festival. It won a prize at Waterford Film Festival and was selected by BBC Film Network for broadcast on their website.
Her short fiction has been published internationally and broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
She is currently developing a new play with Nottingham Playhouse in conjunction with the Royal Court Theatre, London as well as writing her first feature film commission, Do It Romanes with Melenchuk Williams.
She is also developing a TV series with Noho Film and TV.