The healing power of singing is enormous.
Singing to me means connecting with the people around me and sharing my experiences.
I sing more often that I speak, and even as tiny toddler, I would let my voice carry me into spaces that resounded deep within my person. When I sing to myself, it means intimacy, allowing my own space in a very busy world. It means honing vocal skills and experiencing enormous creativity.
I have studied vocal improvisation with Rhiannon, jazz with the Nashville Jazz Workshop, Annie Sellick and Virginia Schenck, Full Voice with Barbara McAffee, taken vocal coaching with lay cantor Gayanne Geurin and practice community singing with Elise Witt.
As a songwriter, I have a full length studio album of original songs, Strange Glass House. One of my very favorite things to do is sing with and for people. Working as a studio vocalist for background, harmony and lead vocals, as well as co-writing projects are also all things that I love.