Kristin Kueter has a deep background in the arts; she started musical training on the piano and violin at age 5 and performed at Carnegie Recital Hall by age 14. Along with a career as an editor in Silicon Valley for tech magazines and startups, she studied improv, stage, and film acting at American Conservatory Theater. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in history from Tufts University and a Master of Liberal Arts with a concentration in music cognition from Stanford University. Kueter has recently co-starred in independent films tackling such diverse topics as mental health struggles, teen narratives, and suburban American dystopia, including Yosemite, a Franco production, and 2017’s Point 453, which screened at Cannes. Along with working in front of the camera, she is currently writing a short film about the Nagasaki and Hiroshima bombings, and a dramedy about living “New Jersey” in a California world.