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Kylah Campeta

June 19, 2019


Hudson, NY


Recorded by

Isadora Vieira

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This is a follow up interview with Kylah Campeta, after a recording error following her initial interview. 
She talks about how the first was a great interview and how it was great to hear herself talk aloud about her career especially at a moment when her lease is coming to an end and she’s making decisions. She describes the physical space of her 1200 square foot fitness studio. She talks about LYF Fitness, the philosophy, and what she has heard people say about the business. Desire to open a business and dreams. Kylah reiterates some Memories from the earlier interview and describes some specific clients and the feeling of helping someone grow and change. She loops the listener in about what is going on in Hudson today and the struggle with looking for new space, the general shifting and change happening in Hudson. She imagines and lays out some of the possible directions her life and business will go.

Interviewer Bio:
Isadora Vieira

Isadora Vieira is a 34 year old filmmaker from Brazil currently working on a masters at The New School in New York city.

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