Amy Raasch is a media installation artist based in Los Angeles. Trained at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, she has appeared in several productions for theater and feature film, including Sundance favorite, "the four corners of nowhere" by Stephen Chbosky ("The Perks of Being A Wallflower," "Wonder"), and recently contributed music to Sony Classics release, "The Diary Of A Teenage Girl." After winning the GINA Songwriting Contest, Raasch released her debut album, “Love or Inertia” and was named one of the Top Unsigned Artists in Los Angeles by Music Connection Magazine. She followed with “52 Songs in 52 Weeks,” an episodic collection of live video performances of works-in-progress. Her award-winning films, "CAT BIRD COYOTE" and "KITTY DECIDES" have been named an Official Selection of eighteen film festivals, won the Big Apple Film Festival and Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, and have been distributed by Virgin America Airlines. Her new solo multimedia show, “The Animal Monologues” recently received its New York City debut at United Solo Theatre Festival and headlined the 2018 Solo Queens Festival in Los Angeles. Her new album of quirky electronic pop, "GIRLS GET COLD," is out now. 

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