Few things give me more pleasure than helping a writer turn an interesting script into a compelling page turner. And what could be more satisfying than facilitating a relaxing and healing sound bath in which an entire room of people become blissed out, inspired and even transformed in less than an hour?

So I decided to combine the two things at which I excel onto one website, namely script consulting and facilitating sound baths. Being a storyteller and a healer provides me with both happiness and balance.

~ Kristin Palombo

Script Consultant

Kristin currently works on the TV show David Makes Man (to premiere on OWN in 2019) for creator Tarell McCraney (Academy Award winner for Moonlight) and showrunner Dee Harris-Lawrence. Kristin has been passionate about storytelling and entertainment as long as she can remember. She graduated from The USC Film School with a BFA in Theater. She initially focused on acting and directing, and subsequently discovered her love for writing and producing. After making several independent films, she landed her first TV job on TNT's Saving Grace, starring Holly Hunter. Creator and executive producer Nancy Miller was Kristin's boss and mentor. Kristin credits Nancy with teaching her everything she knows about story and character.  After four seasons on Saving Grace, and one season on Lifetime’s Against The Wall, Kristin began her career as a creative producer and development executive for Nancy Miller. Together they sold five TV shows to various networks. Kristin continues to develop, produce and consult with A-list writers and production companies, in addition to her own writing. She is available to give notes on any genre TV or film script, as well as pitches, treatments or bibles.

Sound Bath Facilitator

A comparative religion class in college piqued Kristin’s interest in Spirituality. After graduating, she studied Egyptian Mysticism and embarked on a spiritual journey that took her around the world - from the temples of Machu Picchu in Peru to the pyramids of Egypt. It was during this time that she experienced a crystal bowl sound bath for the first time. It was cathartic and transportive, like an outer body experience in which she returned feeling refreshed and renewed. Best of all, she was required to do nothing, just let go and receive. It was the perfect anecdote to her high-pressure TV world. She continued to use the recorded sounds of crystal bowls in her meditation practice, and attended live events as often as she could. Eventually, she felt compelled to buy her own quartz crystal singing bowls and create a community in which more people could experience the benefits of this unique form of relaxation and healing. 

Kristin lives in Los Feliz, California, is happily married to the love of her life, and enjoys hiking in the mountains of Griffith Park. She loves the stimulating lifestyle of being a storyteller in Hollywood and finds harmony by regularly attending and facilitating sound baths.