Katie Camosy (Channel Producer) is a writer/filmmaker/new media producer. She spent three years in London filming live concerts and interviewing musicians, promoters, DJs, label execs, and music journalists before returning to New York in 2008. Since then she’s been head of Zoom In Online’s Music Channel and producer of the original video series Rehearsal Space.
Max Willens (Blog Editor) is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in XLR8R, Paper Magazine, Death + Taxes, Electronic Beats, HOOP, and The Village Voice. He lives in Brooklyn. Max currently serves as WAMM’s primary editor.
Lydia Fong (Contributor) is New York-based writer and editor. She is the former music editor of Evil Monito Magazine; her work has also appeared in Shape, Psychology Today and SEED. When not writing or blogging, she can be found wishfully attempting to learn new songs from Drum Techniques of Led Zeppelin.
Courtney Garcia (Contributor) worked in the music industry for close to three and a half years, as day to day artist management and right hand support to a producer on projects for the Grammys, American Idol and other extremely important companies. When she realized the only person she liked was the Fed-Ex delivery woman, she knew it was time to go. She recently moved to New York City to earn a living writing for blogs and couldn’t be happier.
Sasha M. Lee (Contributor) is a Los Angeles based musician and freelance writer. She is currently the Associate Editor of Beautiful/Decay magazine and sings in the electric soul band Mountains of California. Her portfolio can be viewed at sashamlee.com.
Reinhardt Schuhmann (Contributor) s a Brooklyn based musician and writer who studied under Anthony Braxton, Alvin Lucier, and Eric Charry at Wesleyan University. He is the bassist for the band Oh You Devil and performs as a saxophonist and clarinetist with various artists in and around New York. In addition to his musical activities, Reinhardt possesses an MA in Media Studies from the New School. He has worked a researcher for Charlie Rose and updated online archives for the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.