"As a Performer, Ilyana has huge emotional range and is in touch with a process to get there. She is soulful...especially in her eyes, bringing the whole spirit to her work. She is massively passionate and invested in all she does."
-Heidi Marshall (Director and Coach)
*Award winning Audio Book Narrator (Audie and Earphone Awards) and Voice Performer.
*Music and Film Producer at Lythion Music. *Co-Host and Producer of the "No, I Know" Podcast.
*Founder/Program Director of Stories Love Music Inc. (501c3).
Voice Performer Resume includes:
Nickelodeon, Discovery, BBC America, Amnesty International,Sesame Street Television, Harper Collins, Scholastic, Random House,Cartoon Network, MTV and The Public Theater.
Voice-overs for numerous national commercials, animation, and video games; like Lord of The Rings. Narrated 70+ audio books including Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling
Twilight Saga Series.
I am also very inspired by my participation in many activist performance projects that include:
“True Body Project” at The Brooklyn Museum, a performance instillation about empowering girls and women to connect to their true bodies and voices. “Birth”, a play about women’s birth rights,
"Becoming Natasha", (co-produced by Amnesty International) about global sex trafficking of women and children; CultureProject's Impact Festival about military crimes; and as a producer & performer of a music concert for World Wildlife Federation and Eve Ensler's V-day festival, to benefit the organization’s commitment to ending the cycle of violence against women around the globe.
My creative partner, James Harrell, is a fantastically talented multi-instrumentalist and composer. Together we have co-written and produced multi-media pieces as the duo Lythion, that bring together our diverse backgrounds as humans and artists. We started own company, LythionMusic Productions in 2007.
We compose original music for film, television, radio and stage.
In 2011, we co-produced and co-composed the music for the documentary film, "Separate, But Equal", (*Winner of 2011 HBO Documentary Film Award) about the photographer Henry Clay Anderson from Mississippi, whose collection of photos is now a permanent part of The Smithsonian Museum’s of African American History and Culture .
VISIT HER OTHER SITES:
Music and Film Producer- Learn more here www.lythionmusic.com
Activist Projects- Learn more here www.storieslovemusic.com