DJ Shy was the first female on-air mixer at the No. 1 Top 40 radio station in America, 102.7 KIIS-FM in Los Angeles. This Clear Channel station with over 2.6 million listeners each week features Ryan Seacrest as the morning host.
As the headlining DJ for Singapore's famous New Years Eve party at Siloso beach, Shy is used to performing in front of crowds of 20,000 fans at some of the finest clubs in the world, from L.A. to Asia and back. These clubs include Q Bar in Bangkok and Ministry of Sound.
In addition to spinning in front of large crowds, DJ Shy is certainly not camera shy. She graces the screen with TV appearances on ABC's "General Hospital," Showtime's "AVN Awards," a guest star role on CBS "The Bold and the Beautiful," MTV's "Daddy's Girls" starring Rev Run's daughters as well as Toyota's billboard, print and webisode series for "Reinvent the Wheel." She also made cameos in Sundance Film "Sympathy for Delicious" starring Orlando Bloom, an award winning indie film "Go For It", Showtime's "The Underground" starring Damon Wayans, Disney Channel's "Totally Suite New Years Eve." Lastly, you may find her in music videos such as Cascada's "What Hurts the Most" and Darren Styles "Girls Like You."
Shy got her start at the world-famous Laugh Factory comedy club in Hollywood, where she spun at sold-out shows for comics like Norm MacDonald, Damon and Marlon Wayans, George Lopez, Chris Rock, Bob Saget, Dane Cook, Dave Chapelle, Roger Dangerfield and others. She spins Top 40, 80s, pop, rock, house, hip-hop, R&B and reggae music.