Andrea De Vito is a videographer and production manager in the Upper Valley of Vermont. For most of her adult life, she worked in the music and advertising industry as a jingle singer/writer, copy writer, vocal producer and voice over talent in South Florida. In the later of those 15 years, she also ran a small decorative design company, serving Broward, Dade and Palm Beach counties.
Upon moving back to her New England birthplace in 2009 where she became active in community access television, she decided to broaden her technical skills and is presently working toward her associates degree in multimedia communications at CCV in Wilder Vermont.
Andrea has worked as a contract videographer, producing local community access television shows, advocating for the anti-abuse of humans and animals. Besides volunteering for eldercare, hospice, and the fight against domestic abuse, her spirituality is highly driven by the insights of Buddhism and gifting it forward. She presently resides in Quechee Vermont, enjoying writing short stories, producing, writing and recording eclectic genres of music, film production, yoga, kayaking, sunning, bird watching, hot air-balloons, campfires and healthy cooking. In the winter she is known to hibernate like a mother Black Bear and will only exit the cave to go shopping for necessities.