Gahyae is a sound designer who creates Aural Mediums to interact with the audience to inspire both listener and collaborator.

Gahyae was credited as a composer and sound designer for an animation, “Wanderer” (2017) which won the Jury Award at Columbia Gorge International Film Festival and the Award of Commendation at Canada Shorts Film Festival. Gahyae’s Aural Medium for Augmented Reality art installation “Islands/Seom” was exhibited at SIGGRAPH Asia Tokyo, INDIECADE Night Game, and DIG Slamdance.

Her selected sound design work includes: “Protest Song”, dir. Tsukaguchi Tomo, “Hedda Gabler”, dir. Jesse Bonnell, “Kiss”, dir. Monty Cole, and “Peer/Gynt”, dir. Jonghee Woo. Her associate/assistant work includes: “How the Soldier Repairs the Gramophone” (Korea Creative Content Agency, Korea), “Turn Me Loose” (Arena Stage, Washington DC), and “Until, Until, Until…” (Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco).

Gahyae received MFA in Sound Design at California Institute of the Arts, BM in Music Production and Technology from the Hartt School of Music and technical internship certificate in sound from Yale School of Drama.