I was sitting around chatting with a group of musicians in my city and one of them asked me what it was like to grow up with a mother who was also a performing musician.
We didn’t have a TV in our living room – just a piano and an open space to dance, stretch, and explore what our bodies could do. This often meant I was playing the piano and singing while my friends made up interpretive dances to my songs. I owe so much of my musical growth to that piano. To my piano teacher Jane. To my friends. To my mother.
Now in my mid-twenties I’ve self-produced and co-produced a combination of one 13-song album, a number of singles, and three EP’s – the first one released at the age of 14.
I can’t wait for what the future holds. To see in which directions my music will continue to progress and who I get to meet and collaborate with along the way. I am forever grateful to those who continue to support me and I can only hope that my music gives you something, too.