LAURA DICKINSON <i>Creative Director</i>

LAURA DICKINSON Creative Director

As a Grammy-winning producer whose work has garnered numerous Emmy Awards, Laura has lived and breathed the entertainment industry since her first recording session at age seven.

Born to a classical pianist and a professional Elvis impersonator, Laura started training as a dancer at age three. Her career has taken her throughout the world performing live and in the recording studio, but she is best known for her extensive work on Phineas and Ferb, Jake and The Never Land Pirates and Sofia The First. When she meets new people, she is usually either your nine-year old daughter's favorite singer or you'll recognize her from the viral video of her singing in rehearsal that garnered over 30 million views.

As one of Los Angeles' top vocal contractors, her responsibilities include everything from being a casting agent, casting director, producer, writer, arranger, and director to navigating through all of the performance union contracts for instrumentalists and vocalists.

Laura's affiliation with The Walt Disney Company began in 1995 when she was hired to be one of the first female Jungle Cruise skippers in Disneyland history. Since then, she has gone from being an AGVA performer in Anaheim to first soprano in Epcot's Voices Of Liberty (Candlelight Processional) to assistant show director and choreographer to her current work as a vocal director and contractor for Disney TV Animation.

Her film credits include Rogue One, Sing, Cinderella III, War For The Planet Of The Apes (2017), How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2018) and the hit a cappella franchise Pitch Perfect films. Click here to view Laura's IMDb credits.

Other current projects include Michael Bublé and The Last Tycoon (vocal contractor), and her independent record label Music & Mirror Records. In 2014, Laura released her self-produced debut album "One For My Baby – to Frank Sinatra with Love," which hit #25 on the charts and continues to receive radio airplay all over the world. Her sophomore album "Auld Lang Syne" releases in December of 2017 and features her 17-piece big band, which she musical directs and fronts.

Laura's current role in Vybration includes show director, choreographer, musical director, arranger and covering all three of the female voice performance tracks. She has also been known to cover two of the male voice parts in unique situations! Laura is elated to have been a part of this professional ensemble for the last 16 years.
BRYAN CHADIMA <i>Technical Director</i>

BRYAN CHADIMA Technical Director

Bryan has facilitated the audio production of Vybration since 2004, and is an original 2001 member of the group. He is a key element of the group's signature sound, and has an extensive background in live and studio audio engineering. In addition to his work as a sought-after vocalist and vocal arranger, Bryan is the co-founder and lead engineer of ProCore Productions, a full service entertainment company specializing in sound system design, live engineering, and mobile recording.

Bryan has been recording and engineering for studio recordings and live events for over 20 years. He also spends a good amount of time behind the microphone and his keyboard. He recently co-authored and published a book entitled Creating Joy – through Powerful, Positive Relationships. In his spare time, he arranges for and sings with Dick Van Dyke and the Vantastix.
HEATHER MCMASTERS <i>Casting Director</i>


Heather has facilitated the casting of Vybration since 2004, and is an original 2001 member of the group. She helps put together various versions of the sextet based on production needs for educational programs, industrials, corporate events, cruise ships, public and private events.
RAY GARCIA <i>Choreographer & Makeup Designer</i>

RAY GARCIA Choreographer & Makeup Designer

Born in Texas, Ray lives in Los Angeles and has performed all over the world. Some of his favorite credits as a performer include Life Without Makeup starring Rita Moreno at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Rent on Broadway as Angel and other roles, Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby, The Ten Commandments with Val Kilmer in Los Angeles, Damn Yankees directed by Jason Alexander, Pippin, La Cage Aux Folles as Hanna and Annie Get Your Gun as Tommy Keeler. Ray lived in Rome, Italy for three years. In Rome, he danced on Italy's most popular TV show, Fantastico and played the role of Daddy in the all Italian version of Sweet Charity. He can also be seen in the independent film Neverland, the feature film Rent, Desperate Housewives and Jane the Virgin. Choreography credits include Universal Studios (Hollywood, Florida and Japan), Live It Up Productions, Norwegian Cruise Lines and the TV series Playing House (USA Network).
JILL MARIE BURKE <i>Financial & Audio Supervisor</i>

JILL MARIE BURKE Financial & Audio Supervisor

Jill handles payroll, in addition to being the assistant musical director and onsite audio supervising engineer. As a founding member since 2001, it is impossible to categorize her duties as an invaluable member of the team both as a performer and a producer.
JOHN COULTER <i>Costume & Makeup Designer</i>

JOHN COULTER Costume & Makeup Designer

John studied graphic design at the University of Arizona and then continued his art education studying illustration at the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California. John is one of a select few that is an official fine artist for Walt Disney. His whimsical paintings are sold in galleries and various shops throughout Disneyland and Disney World. John spent many years as a fashion model and actor living in New York, where he found his love of theater and costuming. Many of John's costumes and paintings can be seen at