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About Amy Seidman

AmesEla AmesEla has worked alongside talented producers and writers such as L. Henry Sarmiento of Sonic Vista Studios, Vincent Kwok EightFifteen, Gordon Brislawn of Bad Habit, Marco Celone aka DJ MFR of Transport Recordings. She has produced several albums of her own music including “Tiny Skin” featuring acclaimed musicians Mark Meadows and Cameron Stone, as well as “Blue Sky”; a special project at SyKlopps Studios.

Singer songwriter Amy Seidman aka AmesEla has collaborated and contributed to other projects such as Phil Harrington’s Laundry Room, as well as creative co-producer of “House Warming” a digital compilation with SF Station & Ingrooves featured by iTunes. With credits for commercial licensing, her songs have received high acclaim in reviews on, Nocturnal Magazine, and 12” Reviews.

Born and raised in New York City, Amy Seidman is a multimedia artist who has led a prolific life. If ever exists a Renaissance woman in the groove, Amy Seidman, the songwriter and producer behind AmesEla's music, is is an artist whose work defies categorization. Living her art, she music producer, painter and mixed-media artist, as well as an internationally published photographer, writer, filmmaker, and digital artist. She incorporates different forms of media and art into her performances with intention and design carried into her album covers, DVDs, music videos, internet sites, T-shirts.

Amy was one of the co-creators of “Sol” a performance art show in Santa Monica with the Chakra Explorers - a collaborative experiment in theatre, where she grew the final version of “The Flow” on the album Tiny Skin. Amy has also participated as a visual and music artist at numerous events and exhibitions in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York.

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  • House of the Sun, Haleakala National Park, Maui
  • "Encanto", Costa Rica
  • "Into Outside" Environmental Education Program
  • "1Shift" Environmental activism and personal growth subjects
  • Photography & Filmmaking