Amelia has had many interesting experiences in her young life. When she was 7 years old she was a host with her brother of an radio show on the internet station Little Radio. The following year Amelia and her brother joined the choir in Ryan Goslying’s band Dead Man’s Bones performing at lives shows like FYF Fest to 20k people, and singing a solo at The Echo in Los Angeles on Halloween night. At 9 she was a passenger on the Railroad Revival Tour with the bands Mumford and Sons, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and Old Crow Medicine Show. You can see Amelia having fun on the vintage rail cars as they travel across America in the Grammy winning documentary about the tour called The Big Easy Express. Later that same year Amelia’s family relocated from Venice Beach, CA to a small town outside Austin, Texas. Here she developed her love of film and created several music videos and short films. When her mom posted one of her videos on social media, Ramaa the creator of Adolescent Content asked if Amelia would be interested in working on projects with the newly formed company. When Amelia signed on with Adolescent the jobs quickly came her way and she directed spots for Beats Music, Target, Tom’s Shoes, Nascar and created content for American Girl Doll and Converse. When Amelia was 15 she was invited to present at TEDx in Manhattan Beach. Later that same year she was a speaker at Goafest in India.
Amelia is currently completing her Senior year of high school and working on her portfolio of film, fine art and poetry.
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