My name is Kerri Lowe. Some people know me as KAYLO.

I work at the intersection of creativity and healing - two tools we must master in order to become our highest selves.


That wasn't always my plan. When I was a teenager, my dream was to be an actress in Very Serious & Important Dramas on Broadway. That, or start the next Group Theatre (an unparalleled theatre collective from the 1930s that contained the people who would become the most revered American acting teachers). 

I didn't dream small. 

I moved to New York City and in the middle of acting school discovered a new passion - songwriting. 

I taught myself guitar and began playing my original music in Washington Square Park and the subway stations, feeling like I had found "my thing." 

Fast forward a few years and I'm about to release my first record. Instead, I lose my voice. Can't sing without pain. 

And I'm not sure why.

The doctors tell me it's acid reflux, and I tell them that makes sense because I've been on and off bulimic for years. Still, it seems strange that it would start affecting my voice now, and not ever before.

First, my life fell apart. I didn't know what to do, where to go. I got a job in a Brooklyn coffeeshop, discouraged and scared.

Looking back now, this turn of events is what led me from the path of the artist, the actor, the troubadour...to the path of healing. And eventually, integrating the two practices.

One by one, teachers started to appear in my path. A vocal coach who turned me onto non-Western medicine and healing emotionally to heal physically.

A therapist who in just one free session helped me make the connection between the timing of my sexual assault and losing my voice (it wasn't just the bulimia after all...)

A solo performance coach who helped me turn my story into a one woman show (The Only Thing You'll Lose) that facilitated healing my voice and being able to sing again. 

I continued to dive deeper into the world of healing through non-medical means. Using storytelling, creative projects and spoken word poetry - as well as shifting energy, emotions and thoughts - to create a more thriving state. 

I got certified in the StoryHealers Transformational Monologue Process, received a Certificate in Narrative Practice and became one of the first trained facilitators in a program that uses performance to start honest conversation between teens from the inner city and NYC police officers. An insatiable learner, I've recently been Pre-Certified in an integrated healing modality called Universal Health Principles™.

I also began facilitating groups of women online in their creative practices, from ongoing writing groups to short-term challenges that brought a community together to make space for their artistic lives. During this time, I also developed a narrative podcast called ArtistCEO, with Shannon DeJong, on her personal journey of integrating art and business. 

Now, I am storyteller, performer and creative midwife, helping women bring their projects to life through working in online groups as well as one-on-one. Find out more