Directed by Justin Nix
Kayla's second EP (released 9/2018) features all new original songs written by her. It was recorded at Shards Studios (Bethlehem, PA) and was produced and mixed by Matt Molchany (VoirVoir).
Track list includes:
2. Unfortunate History
Kayla's first CD was released August 2017 and features six original songs recorded and produced at Shards Studios, Bethlehem, PA.
1. Alternative Facts
2. Crystal Blue
4. Good Enough
5. Awkward & Absent
6. Remember When
The OVV (ONCE Virtual Venue) was an online music venue born from ONCE Somerville, an independent music venue in the Boston area that has since shut its doors from the pandemic. The OVV hosted regular livestreams of pre-recorded as well as live performances by musicians. Featured is the set I performed, co-filmed and edited.
I acted as the producer, director and editor for Studio B Sessions Season 3 at Arlington Community Media, Inc. and was the featured artist in the first episode. Studio B Sessions is a live-sessions music series of the likes of MTV Unplugged featuring local artists. You can check out the rest of the season here:
The Athena Project is a Tufts University Television (TUTV) Docu-series featuring the voices of female, GNC and trans students at Tufts. I composed an original song, "Play the Game," for the credits in the episode "Confidence."
This documentary created by Valley Youth House and Martin Guitar Co. details the Youth Artist in Residence Series during the summer of 2014 in which four local artists gave performances and discussed their music with homeless and at risk youth in Valley Youth House programs.
In a world where oppression and gender inequality still exists, the mission of Women’s Republic is to give women around the world a platform where they can use their voice to educate and empower themselves and one another.
I was a contributor to this online magazine from June 2020 through March 2021. Read my work at the button below.
Melisma Magazine is Tufts' Journal of Music. I served as the Social Media Editor, and prior to that, served as an editor. In addition, I was a staff writer, photographer, and assisted in article layout for print issues using Adobe InDesign.
Producer and contributing editor to an online series featuring Melisma Magazine members' musings on their favorite albums during the pandemic. The first episode features former editor-in-chief, Ethan Lam, discussing Hiroshi Yoshimura's Music for Nine Post Cards.
The second episode features former editor-in-chief Lola Nedic's top picks from her CD collection.
Director and editor for a filmed interview in collaboration with Melisma Magazine and Applejam Productions (a student organization that hosts concerts on campus) to feature the quirky headliner Matt Farley. Created through Tufts University Television (TUTV).