MUSIC: Tysa Goodrich began performing in coffee houses at age fifteen. She pursued a bachelor’s in music theory and composition at Ohio State, then went out on tour as a keyboardist-singer-songwriter, traveling through 26 states and Canada with rock band “Blue Max” and show group “Little Rock.” After six years on the road, including studio work in Nashville, she moved to Los Angeles, where she continued her career, performing at noted events such as “March of the Animals” in Washington DC, the Troubadour and other Hollywood showcase rooms, and sang the Star Spangled Banner at Dodger Stadium. She has composed music for films, including end-credit songs, and produced two instrumental CDs. Tysa has returned to Nashville after 30 years on the West Coast, and is currently recording a singer/songwriter album.
SCREENWRITING: Studied screenwriting for several years at UCLA Extension, wrote and directed short film in 2002, wrote a feature-length fantasy that won quarterfinalist in StoryPros 2007 International Screenplay Contest
Legend of Glacéere Forest - Episode II: The Magic Between Budget: $10M - $30M | Fantasy A newborn princess struck by lightning and a child prince left for dead are drawn into the forest by unknown forces that awaken their powers and guide them to each other.
Film (Short and Drama) Composer A raw moody psychological drama about two desperate people, from seemingly different worlds, who collide, at the lowest point in their lives. And what plays out, in one night, is unexpected.
Film (Documentary, Short, Family and History) Composer Reading is the gateway to freedom of self expression, but what happens when that freedom has been seized and limited from you or your children? Lost is what you will be, and Lost is what an entire generation of children are, if Freedom don't Come. Written by Anonymous