Borndreamer
Borndreamer
kind, creative, original storytelling
 
 
 
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The Ayers Sisters are a writing, producing and directing team.

Sisters and Southern California natives, Tia Ayers & Shannon Ayers have been creating original stories together since birth. They’ve developed, produced and managed scripted episodic, unscripted series, feature films and branded content.

They offer creative and production services through their company BORNDREAMER located in Los Angeles.

 
 
 
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Tia Ayers                        

After graduating Magna Cum Laude with a BA in English/Creative Writing, Tia continued her studies at The Groundlings, IO West and the Second City Conservatory & Writing Program. She performed improv, sketch and stand-up comedy before turning her attention to behind the camera. Tia and her mother co-wrote an unintentionally hilarious Lifetime movie that premiered in 2008. She worked as a story editor and story producer in documentary and reality television for 8 years before landing her first scripted comedy staff job on the Canadian series “Raising Expectations”.  She served as a writer and supervising producer on all 26 episodes of the show, which won the 2017 KidScreen Award for Best New Series.  In 2015, she was selected as a break-out talent by The Writers Guild of America Women’s Committee.

 

 
 
 
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Shannon Ayers

Shannon is a former comedic impressionist whose love for office supplies and excel grids led to a career as a production coordinator. After discovering an even deeper love for team and project management, Shannon started producing. In 2012, Shannon joined the award-winning comedy production company Abominable Pictures. While on staff, she produced the Fullscreen series “Filthy Preppy Teens” as well as the pilot presentations, “Grand Marquee”, “Cafe Bhojana”, “Rom-Con”, “Topics with Andre Hyland” (in association with Party Over Here), and the short film “We’re Trying” (in association with Good Universe).

The Ayers Sisters through the years: