For all things creative, adventurous...

let's create something worth believing in!



Sundance Film Festival


Seventeen Magazine

New Renaissance Film Festival

The Hornet


Kayla BriΓ«t is a 20 year old self-taught filmmaker, composer, and musician.

Her short films have taken her to the White House for the2014 First-Ever White House Film Festival, where she was invited to meet President Barack Obama, Bill Nye, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson, as well as internationally for awards and film festival screenings. She was honored with a front cover feature on the LA WEEKLY as a featured filmmaker in the 2016 Native American Issue, and her work in science/educational media has been awarded by organizations such as ProjectEd, American Chemical Society, and FASEB.

Recently, she was named a 2015 Future of Storytelling Fellow, 2016 National Young Arts Winner in Cinematic Arts, a 2016 MIT Chamber Scholar, a 4-time Girls Who Code guest speaker, an Oculus Launchpad Artist, a 2016 Adobe Creative Scholar, and a 2016 Sundance Film Festival Ignite Fellow. 

As a multi-instrumentalist and self-taught composer, BriΓ«t scores her own films and creates music in styles ranging from cinematic toalt. pop and electronic. You can catch her performing live on stage as a one-woman band, armed with a keyboard, guitar, guzheng zither, and loop pedal as she creates evocative music with personal, empowering, and resonant lyrics. [click to see more]

An avid lover of learning and fusing science and the arts, she is currently pursuing computer science and interactive forms of storytelling. With funding from the National Science Foundation, BriΓ«t earned a 2016 research internship at the renown USC Institute for Creative Technologies, where she worked with Professor Andrew Gordon's ICT Narrative Lab. She has been invited to speak in front of audiences of all ages including Girls Who Code LA, Arts at the Center of 21st Century Education Conference, and several junior high and high schools in Southern California. By using her voice, she continues to battle the stigma against community college education. 

Her biggest passion and goal is to inspire self-worth and self-confidence in others and make a positive impact in the realm of education and the arts.

"It doesn't matter where you go. It's what you do." 


Kayla BriΓ«t on iTunes + Spotify