Born in Maine, I started playing the piano at the early age of five, and honed my craft under the tutelage of Dr. Daniel Weiser at Dartmouth College after moving to New Hampshire. In 2009, I released my debut solo piano album, Tranquility. Escaping the brutally cold New England winters, I relocated to the sunny Los Angeles area to attend college. I graduated cum laude from The Master’s University in 2014, with a degree in Music Composition. While there, I was blessed to study piano with Prof. Lauren Shackelford and composition with Dr. Joel Scott Davis and Prof. Sarah Wallin-Huff.
I also enjoy ensemble singing and have had the honor of touring various regions in Europe, Israel, and the USA as a member of The Master’s Chorale. I even had the incredible opportunity to sing in a backup choir with Josh Groban for his PBS special, Stages Live, at the breathtaking Los Angeles Theatre. My other hobbies include graphic design, interior design, listening to and expanding my vinyl record collection, jamming with various bands, and spending time with friends and family.