About The Project

The Sun and Moon Show

A talk show hosted by Javier and Krysta that revolves around the friends in our universe. The tag line, “Always Looking Up” refers to how we are constantly looking up to the Sun and the Moon as a source of light, and similarly, we can be that source of light to the people around us. Expect witty banter, meaningful conversation, fun facts and even an original song to wrap it all up. Through this, Javier learnt how to host interviews and come up with his own prompts. He also curated different segments of a talk show, and used GarageBand on his iPad to create original music.

About Javier

Javier Yeo, 13, enjoys a good challenge in everything he does. Javier, who attends Rainbow Centre Margaret Drive School, has cerebral palsy and is a quadriplegic. Despite his disability, Javier is keen on learning various forms of technology and is always excited to meet new friends and chat about games, music and literally anything under the sun. He hopes that his voice can encourage others.

About Krysta Joy

Starting as a multi-instrumentalist at the tender age of 7, Krysta Joy D’Souza was a drummer first before picking up the guitar and song-writing. Today, the songstress plays the guitar with the tenacity of a seasoned drummer and colours in her music with lyrics of hope. Krysta aspires to inspire all to embody the value of self-love and growth in every season of life, intentionally revolving her music around such themes and complementing it with her flair for music arrangement. Along the way, she has achieved awards such as the Noise Music Award and was ranked one of the Top 5 Musicians in VANS Musicians Wanted. Her latest venture is Saylah Studios, a creative space founded by her in hopes of supporting artists from various disciplines. You can also hear her on the airwaves every Monday night hosting her own segment on Mediacorp’s internet radio station, Indiego.