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Photo Credit: Carrie Pinkley

Photo Credit: Carrie Pinkley

Kayla Myers is a writer and aspiring filmmaker whose work centers on the relationships between women, hair as a form of expression, loneliness, and representation.  Her goal is to create work that explores how our identities shape the women that we present to the world and the forces that tend to work against that yearning. Her work has been featured in the Citizen Jane Film Festival, Mizzou Visual Art and Design Showcase, and the Jesse Hall Student Photography Exhibition. 

She was born in Killeen, TX, and spent most of her life in Memphis, TN. She is a recent graduate of the University of Missouri where she received a Bachelor of Journalism, emphasis in Strategic Communication, from the Missouri School of Journalism and a Bachelor of Arts in Digital Storytelling from the School of Visual Studies. Kayla can often be found often be found tweeting about films she's seen, working way too hard on her instagram stories, or listening to a podcast while booking it to a meeting.  

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