Laney currently serves as editor and producer on two unscripted series for the Zebra Press' Z-TV Network.
Hosted by Emmy-winning producer/director Steve Houk, Living On Music has proven to be a way for musicians and music-related people of all genres to engage with the public through powerful conversation that is about both reflecting on their past and looking forward to their future, while also playing live music. Whether it's the Washington DC area’s most respected and revered musical personalities, or others from around the globe, everyone who either appears on Living On Music or watches an episode comes away with a memorable and positive experience. No matter what happens in life, we all need to be…Living On Music.
Trash or Treasure with Monika Schiavo highlights the best and the worst of the local auction and antique scene. Each episode showcases a variety of items from sponsor Alexandria Auctions as well as from experts and everyday folks from around the region.
The Brown & White
While at Lehigh University, Laney was the Deputy Multimedia Editor of Lehigh's student newspaper, the Brown & White. During their time there, their videos received award recognition on a schoolwide and statewide level, and their first video remains the publication's most watched at over 34,000 views.
Their video Path to Prominence policies ignite student action, an examination of how Lehigh's expansion initiatives were financially impacting its community, received 1st place in the 2019 Williams Prize video story category and 2nd place in the video story category of the 2019 Keystone Student Media Awards.
The first video of their 3-part series Climate Strike 2019, which followed environmental protestors from Lehigh's campus to Bethlehem's city hall during 2019's global climate strike, won 1st place in the 2020 Williams Prize video story category.