Karla Bautista, known by her stage name as “Art of Bodybending”, is a multidisciplinary artist who aims to stretch the limits of the body and mind. She is an avant-garde storyteller, singer-songwriter, contortionist, fine art model, and pole dancer. 

Determined to grow past limited spaces and conventions for her to share her unconventional art, she stretched her capabilities and went on to self-produce and direct 12 of her own music videos during the pandemic. She hopes to break barriers for society’s minorities with the messages of feminism, collectivism, and embodying your power. 

This is The Business of Bodybending…

Mara Deuschle has been working in the music industry for over a decade, starting out as a concert promoter and managing artists around Switzerland during her university studies.

She now lives in Copenhagen where she works for the music publisher APL Publishing. Her main focus is placing music in film, TV and advertisements. She also works with artists from Switzerland as a music manager and joins Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen today to discuss the Business of Music in Film and TV…

Jack Leatherbarrow is currently a student at Kingston University learning how to make and create bespoke experiences for future generations of gamers. With the goal of creating his own studio, he hopes to bring his unique ideas to life.

Jack is also an accomplished musician and sound producer but today he joins Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Game Design and Development…

Mia Grace regularly gigs around London and across the south coast and has been writing songs for as long as she can remember.

Mia has a new single coming out in September called ‘Not Enough’ which will be out on all streaming platforms. You heard it here first 🙂

Her style is a mixture of young soul and pop with tongue in cheek style lyrics and she joins Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen today to discuss The Business of Singer/Songwriting…

A year ago Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen introduced you to musician and DJ Chris Rotherham, who writes and performs with the band Captain Flatcap, on the Business of Being a Modern DJ.

​​Captain Flatcap is a multi-genre, instrumental Electronic Dance three piece band who have worked with some huge names in the industry, in particular within the electro swing scene.

Since covid shut much of the live music scene down, and with a background in radio production and presenting, Chris has been busy producing his own Live Streams & Podcasts, to support and run alongside his work as a musician.

Here he joins Wizzi to discuss the Business of the Side Hustle…

Karina Dayrit is a certified yoga teacher and level 1 animal flow instructor. She has taught more than 5,000 classes with knowledge in Ashtanga-Vinyasa, Enhanced Hatha, Yoga Therapy, and Yin Yoga.

She loves incorporating different movement disciplines in her classes. Karina is currently undergoing a 1-year mentorship on Traditional Chinese Medicine tackling holistic health and wellness.

Apart from teaching her students, she is a freelance marketer and a singer-songwriter, under the name Karwa, based in Manila and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss The Business of Movement.

Dominique Frazer is the owner of independent live music venue, The Boileroom, based in Guildford, Surrey.

With over 20 years’ experience Dominique is dedicated and committed to developing and working within Event Concept, Design and Venue Management.

A regular public speaker and motivator to particularly women in the industry, Dominique also sits on the advisory board for A.I.P (Association of Independent Promoters) and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Independent Venues.

T.Vickz & Mrs.Dean are a hip hop duo and married couple who have just released their album “Zamunda”.

Alongside their music, the duo also run a clothing label named “Trillionair” for which they just won the 2021 Akron fashion week entrepreneur of the year award.

With a song currently trending on the scene they are here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Hip Hop.

Instagram: @tvickz_mrsdean

Erika Footman is an independent artist and music maker who provides vocals, keyboards & percussion for rock band Skunk Anansie and has toured extensively with MIKA as his backing singer.

She also recorded a guest vocal on two tracks with number 1 UK artist, Bastille.

Erika brings powerful vocals and an interactive element to her performances and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Interactive Music.

In the Business of Teaching Singing Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen interviews classically trained singer and Founder of Wardvox Vocal Coaching, Jennifer Ward, on the challenges her business has faced during the pandemic, the benefits of singing for the soul and the positive outcomes of her work as a music therapist, working with dementia patients amongst other groups.