Mallory Wynne is a songwriter, arranger, accompanist, engraver, and aspiring music business professional from southern New Jersey. She is currently working towards a master’s degree in Global Entertainment and Music Business from Berklee College of Music (Valencia Campus). She previously received her Bachelor of Music in Commercial Music from Brigham Young University.
Mallory has written pop songs and arranged music for a cappella and jazz groups. BYU Syncopation (previously known as the BYU Jazz Voices) have performed several of her arrangements, including “Get Happy,” which was recorded for their 2018 album, Bright Lights. She released her first song, “There in the Water,” on Bandcamp in June 2018. She has since taken on the moniker TWYNNE, under which she hopes to record music in the future. She also enjoys collaborating and providing feedback on original songs. Click on the Music tab at the top to see and hear some of Mallory’s work.
Mallory was an intern at Verve Label Group, a division of Universal Music Group in New York City. She worked with the Digital and Marketing departments to complete daily tasks and form marketing plans for signed label artists.
Mallory has worked as a sheet music specialist at BYU Music Group. She transcribed, engraved, and posted sheet music at BYUmusicstore.com. Mallory additionally does free-lance engraving.
Mallory has also developed skills in web and print publishing thanks to her minor in Digital Humanities and Technology at Brigham Young University. She is especially familiar with Adobe products and has basic skill in web coding.
Mallory was a co-founder at Studio Y Sessions. The project was a video series showcasing musicians at BYU. Mallory acted as the Project Manager at Studio Y Sessions, where she managed social media and other important aspects of the project (i.e. scheduling and meetings). You can like and follow Studio Y Sessions on Facebook here.
Mallory started taking piano lessons at age 7 and continued her study in college. She has experience performing as a soloist as well as an accompanist. Mallory also enjoys singing. She has been a member of the BYU Jazz Voices and BYU Women’s Chorus, as well as the All South Jersey Choir. She has had experience singing in and leading a cappella groups.
Mallory has also had experience playing jazz piano with the Highland Regional High School Jazz Band, who qualified for and placed in the NJAJE State Jazz Festival in 2013 and 2014. In the three years of her membership, Mallory has earned 5 soloist awards and boasts membership in the band’s award-winning rhythm section. To view some of Mallory’s performances, visit her YouTube channel.
In her free time, Mallory likes to read and write novels. She especially loves young adult fiction. It is on her bucket list to publish a novel at some point in the future. You can read some of her works-in-progress on WattPad.