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Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Kayleigh Myer
An experimental art film shot and edited over the course of 7 hours. Kayleigh Myer's production is a visually-based, interpretive portrait project of an intended resemblance to the 35mm aesthetic. Centered around exuding an internal vibe wrapped around vivid understanding of the unconscious self, this short film utilizes light to cultivate an essence within the viewers mind and perception of imagery.
Kayleigh A. Myer is an independent filmmaker and contemporary writer local to Woodstock NY. She is currently enrolled at Bard College at Simon's Rock, but studied at Woodstock Day School for her time in high school. In 2012, she had the opportunity to study at the New York Film Academy where she experimented with 35mm celluloid filmmaking. Aside from filmmaking, she writes journalistic articles, styles vintage fashion shoots, and is a freelance model.
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