Andascha Imani Moore-Pryor (born June 25, 1990) was raised in Southern California where she was the oldest of two siblings (Ciejerra and DeVaughn Pryor). Starting at the age of 7 years old she played competitive softball all the way up to her College years. Also at a young age she decided that she wanted to pursue her career in acting as well, so she took acting classes. She also loved taking pictures and making random videos to put on social networks to share with her peers.
When she started High School in 2004, she continued her dream as an actress by taking Drama courses. It was not until her Senior Year when she directed her first assigned short scene and realized she wanted to then be behind the camera instead of being in front.
After High School in 2008, she received an Athletic Scholarship playing Women's Softball for Gulf Coast Community College--a Two-Year College located in Panama City, Florida. At Gulf Coast she focused in the area of Communications and wanted to get into Radio Production where she announced on PSA's and various commercials for the school and other projects. In the summer of 2010, she graduated with her Associates Degree.
Continuing on her Radio Announcing skills she transfered to Mississippi Valley State University (MVSU) in the Fall of 2010, where she played softball and studied Radio and Television as a Communications Major. MVSU was where she helped shoot and Co-Produce her first Music Video Project which won "Best Music Video" for the Spring of 2011.
Her appearance at MVSU was very short--as she only attended the school for one semester but learned that she then wanted to shift her focus more toward Television and Film Production.
When she decided to leave Mississippi she quickly transferred to Washington, DC to attend Howard University with another Athletic Scholarship offered at her feet. There she played and studied Radio, Television and Film with a specification in Film and a huge interest in camera work and management.
At the Fall of 2012, she took an internship with a Production Management Company and she graduated with her degree in Film Production and was awarded All Academic Team for the Middle Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC).
After college she is continuing to pursue her career in Production Management with her new passion in Photography.