Who We Are


James Kyson is a world traveler & adrenalin-junkie who once bungee jumped 8 times in one day in Cairns, Australia, has slid down waterfalls in Queenstown, New Zealand, Scuba Dived into the caves in Maui, Hawaii, and deep water solo’ed at the island of Ko Phi Phi, Thailand – where he backflipped for the first time 50 feet high off a limestone cliff.

A native of NYC, James is passionate about music, including jazz, blues, rock and hiphop. He was once part of a Boston rap-group called ‘School of Thought’, is a spoken word artist, has sang at the Ford Amphitheater & in numerous musicals, and has self-taught Guitar & Piano.

An avid runner & athlete, James also plays for the celebrity basketball team Hollywood Knights, has played in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, as well as UK’s Soccer Aid, a charity game held at the Manchester United’s Old Trafford. He recently ran his first half Marathon, and plans to run in the LA Marathon in 2016.

James has hosted “Attack Of the Show “on G4, alongside Olivia Munn, “Anime Access” on Aime Network, Pilots & Game shows w/ E!, guest hosted “Groomer Has It” on Animal Planet and “Celebrity Fitness” on TV Guide.

James has performed improv comedy at Monkey Butler, UCB, IO, & the Groundlings. He has also guest starred on numerous TV shows, including ‘School of Rock’, ‘Justified’, ‘Hawaii 5-0’, ‘CSI’, ‘Daybreak’, and many more. James is known for his role as Ando on the hit NBC Drama ‘Heroes’.

You can see more at: jameskyson.com.






Dr. Jamee Kyson (Berg) is a trained neuroscientist/singer who has 14 years experience in biomedical research, including 11 years studying Autism Spectrum Disorders at UCLA. Jamee obtained her Ph.D. from UCLA in 2013, where she received the Eva Mary Kavan Prize for Excellence in Research on the Brain and a multi-year government grant to conduct her studies. Jamee’s research has been published in top journals, including Nature, The American Journal of Human Genetics, Nature Genetics, and a recent 2015 first-author Neuron publication. Jamee graduated summa cum laude from the University of Michigan where she helped discover the gene mutated in Cayman Ataxia, a rare recessive ataxia present in the Cayman Islands.

Recently, Jamee has moved her professional focus to writing and performing music and to advocating wholistic, plant-based solutions for optimal health as a wellness advocate at doTERRA. As a musician, Jamee has a range of musical experience from A Cappella groups to gospel choirs to acoustic bands. She was a member of the University of Michigan’s A Capella group, Gimble in the Wabe, with a featured solo on their debut album “King Sized Bed.” Jamee was the lead singer for UCLA’s Rock Stars for Kids, a charity rock band that performed for children in need and was featured in a Junior Blind for America show which included Stevie Wonder. Over the last few years, she has focused on acoustic music, singing in the bands “Beachside” and “Indigo River”, performing at Santa Barbara’s Lucidity Festival and on the Los Angeles Life Changes Radio Show. Jamee has recently launched her solo career as a soul-acoustic artist, “Jamae,” with her debut EP launched on September 19th, 2016. She recently won the Akademia Music Award for Best R&B / Soul EP for her debut EP, ‘Fly’. Jamee believes that both music and plant-based medicines can have immediate and lasting effects that can facilitate happy and abundant living, creating real change in the world.

Click the link below to listen to Jamee’s latest album Fly


You can listen to her music here: Music.

James and Jamee’s Story

(Experience their wedding here)

James and Jamee met at a tree house party in the beautiful mountains of Malibu in the summer of 2013, just a week after Jamee graduated from UCLA with her Ph.D. in neuroscience. James joined a singing circle that Jamee was leading and their souls immediately had a kismet connection. However, it wasn’t until they met for lunch on September 16th, 2013 that they fell in love. It was ‘love at first date.’

One year later, they were engaged under a Manzanita tree in Sequoia national forest surrounded by a circle of their closest friends. About one year after that, on June 27th, 2015, they became husband and wife during a Mid-Summer Day’s Dream love celebration that they threw at a private residence in the Hollywood hills, complete with fire dancers, spoken word, costumes, incredible music and barefoot dancing under the stars.

In reflecting upon that day and their love, James proclaimed, “Our cup overflows, and, therefore, our purpose is to give back.” James and Jamee are on a mission to ‘give back’ in a variety of ways, including creating uplifting TV shows, writing empowering books, developing and leading transformational workshops, working abroad with philanthropic groups, educating others on natural forms of wellness, and writing and performing inspiring music.

Join them on their journey, and be a part of their movement of living an inspired life with purpose.