Over 150 wonderful people who came out to appear in my music video "My Song for Taylor Swift." These kids and adults came out because they wanted to help stop bullying, and a number of them shared personal stories with me. It meant so much to me. I loved spending time with you, and getting to meet you. I could not have done it without you!
Cape Fear Academy in Wilmington, NC, who donated the use of their beautiful campus for the filming of "My Song for Taylor Swift." And also the former Headmaster John Meehl and current Headmaster Donald Berger, for believing in the ability of one song to make a difference.
My Producer and Dad, David Montlick, who always believes in me and is my biggest fan! He taught me the importance of helping others through the endless hours he and his law firm, Montlick & Associates, and their amazing group of people, devote to their public service programs.
My Director Brian McArtan , Chief Editor Sean Balogh, and everyone at Brick Street Cinema, for the awesome job they did filming and editing my first music video. I had so much fun. Can’t wait to do it again!
Victoria Van Leight and Melinda Jeffress, my public service and marketing team, Assistant Producers, and dear friends. I love you guys! Thank you so much! Y’all mean the world to me and I love working with you.
My amazing guitar teacher and friend Gary Steele, who also played the background instruments in the recordings of my first four songs, and did all of the sound engineering. (steelemusicstudios.com)
My casting Director LJ Woodard of the Performance Club. You make everything so much fun!
James Greenier, my internet "guru" who has donated time to help get the word out about my video because he wants to help stop bullying.
Jess Brown, Brown Web Design, who worked so hard to build my amazing website!
All of my Friends & Family who believed in me and provided encouragement and support!