DaisyLight has always stood for women. It has stood friendship. It has stood for sisterhood. Above all, it stands for equality. With the change of time, current events become history and we learn to move forward. Daisylight has always looked to the women before and has learned how to better serve the women of the future. We do that by celebrating each other. We doing that by sharing with one another. We do that by being kind to one another. We do that by standing with each other.
Founder of DaisyLight Productions, Lexcee Riley was born in Grand Rapids, MI. There, she attended Aquinas College, getting her B.A. in Theatre. She took on a general track – taking on acting, writing, directing, and costume design. The theatre bug wasn’t the only topic to stick in college. Women’s History classes partnered with acting in These Shinning Lives inspired her to tell women’s stories – from her upcoming film Ladylike, to this very site. Growing up in a family of business owners, she is no stranger to being a self starter. In college, she produced, wrote, directed, and acted the ten minute play festival, Accidental Anecdotes. After graduation, she costume designed for Aquinas’ Children’s Traveling Troupe, then hightailed it to Los Angeles. Fresh out of the car, she wrote her first webseries, Starvin’, which was instantly followed by acting in Cost of Living. Frequently on both sides of the camera and Stage, Lexcee has learned the in and outs of her field – she can tackle any story.