Alyasia is a freelance sound engineer and musician, currently based in Atlanta. Her work consist of running FOH for local Atlanta artist, teaching flute lessons, and editing podcasts. Alyasia’s goal is to contiune education and training for women, non-binary, and LGBTQ+ in STEM fields. Alyasia will be blogging about Mental Health and Music Education. Alyasia holds a BS in Recording Arts from Full Sail University. As a high schooler, Alyasia studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, obtaining college credits studying Contemporary Music. Her love of music and science fuels her passion and creativity in the audio industry. She’s empowered by the community SoundGirls has created and hopes to help pave the way for others. In her free time, Alyasia enjoy making playlists, roller skating, being a dog mom, and volunteering at her local LGBTQ+ homeless shelter.
- It is no secret that women, people of color, and other minority groups are highly underrepresented in our audio industry. So how do we change this? We need to understand intersectionality and practice intersectionality as a WAY OF THINKING and ACTION, and not just a word.
- Alyasia asked our SoundGirls Community that identify as LGBTQ+ to share experiences and insight. Have a safe Pride Month, filled with love and self-love
- A Commencement Speech for our 2020 Grads. Congratulations and Good Luck!
- Creativity is the use of the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of artistic work. Many of us can consider ourselves creative beings. Working in our field is a creative job compared to others. Being creative helps you become a better problem solver, develops confidence, and relieves stress.
- Working in the Entertainment Industry can be stressful at times. During the past few weeks alone due to COVID-19, festivals, concerts, tours, and corporate gigs were canceled. This aftermath created a lot of fear and anxiety not only in our work industry but many others as well.