Founded in Oregon in 2007 by Kyia Clayton, MY DO IT PRODUCTIONS began as a documentary film production company, making films that highlighted the good in people.
Now it creates events and films, that inspire, uplift and engage.
One of it's most recent productions is TeFF - The Tasmanian eco Film Festival. A successful, apolitical film & event festival that inspires care and connection to the natural world
KYIA CLAYTON was born in San Francisco CA and raised in Geneva, Switzerland. She went to a 4 year arts university graduating in theatre arts.
She has worked in film and TV production in LA, in documentary film in NYC and extensively in arts, philanthropy and events in Australia (ACCA & Melbourne International Festival of the Arts). She's a published author and a professional voice over artist.
She co-created and founded the Fresh French Shorts Film Festival in Portland Oregon and toured her one woman show "A Room Full of Monkeys" in the USA and Australia.
When she's not creating festivals at her kitchen table she can be found teaching yoga to stay grounded and sane.