Alyson Fewless began her composing career as a songwriter in her teen years, performing her lyrics on guitar for her family and friends. In 2016, she wrote for her first theater production, I Got Guns, a commedia dell’arte original. The revival of this production performed in 2019 won the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival award for Best Music. She continued her work in theater, composing for musicals as well as underscores for straight plays. With a mentorship under Dr. Dana Reason, Fewless contributed to the Alice Guy-Blaché collection of silent films by composing for A Terrible Lesson under the release of Kino Lorber. Fewless has studied as both an instrumentalist and vocalist, giving her notable prudence in the efforts of her compositions. She currently works as an Associate Director for the Lebanon Community Chorus, is a full-time mom, and does free-lance composition work.