Taylor Elizabeth Frey is a singer, songwriter, film maker, and agricultural enthusiast. Born and raised in the quaint little village of Morganza, La., Frey’s fondest memories happened on the back roads where her family’s farm, Four Oaks, still stands. It's her upbringing that influences her music and the work she produces.  She released her first music video, "Too Much Water, Not Enough Rain," in June 2019, that tells the story of the Mississippi River flooding in 1973 and 2011. You can watch here. 

She owns Taylor Frey Productions, a film company that produces short films, commercials, documentaries, and her own music videos. Her mission is promote agriculture, community history, faith, family, and small businesses. 

Taylor is a 4w3 on the enneagram, absolutely loves the outdoors, and has an adorable blue-healer/border-collie mix named Indie (short for Indigo), two cats, Sam and Louise, and three backyard chickens. 

Taylor moved back to Pointe Coupee Parish in 2018 from Baton Rouge, LA to be closer to the land and people she loves so much.



Taylor's and her grandfather, Fred Frey, enjoying Santa Bell, Florida beach. January 2018.

Taylor and her siblings playing in a cotton module in Morganza. Pictured left to right: Taylor, Cole and Leigha. 


Taylor's and her Indie Girl enjoying some sun.