Tina Tallon is a photographer, videographer, composer, computer musician and soprano living in San Diego and working around the globe. Ms. Tallon has had the honor of working with many ensembles and organizations as a documentarian, including the San Diego Symphony, Monday Evening Concerts, La Jolla Symphony & Chorus, the Young Musicians Foundation, UC San Diego Music Department, San Diego State University Music Department, International Contemporary Ensemble, Ojai Music Festival, New Music Gathering, soundSCAPE Festival, Cortona Sessions for New Music, and many others. She is currently videographer-in-residence with Monday Evening Concerts, documentarian-in-residence with the Piedmont Chamber Music Festival and Cortona Sessions for New Music, and video artist-in-residence with the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus. Her photography and videos have been published in major newspapers such as the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, and the San Diego Union-Tribune, as well as many local journals and online publications. Ms. Tallon is passionate about creating new works and supporting emerging artists, and takes pride in combining technical mastery with a vast array of artistic experiences to create informed, nuanced, and sophisticated documentation.
Chris Kallmyer is a sound artist, performer, and filmmaker living in Los Angeles. His work explores a participatory approach to making music through touch, taste, and process using everyday objects that invites the listener to experience sound in situ.
Kallmyer's interdisciplinary work has led to a practice in photo and film, conceiving documentation for unusual events like concerts in a coatroom, public art installations, or music with sheep. The work has garnered commissions from cultural institutions in America and Europe. These projects are documented through film, and tell the story of the work at institutions such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Symphony, Walker Art Center, Hammer Museum, The Getty Villa, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Pulitzer Arts Foundation, and the City of Los Angeles.