Bio

I wrote my first full-length song at 8. I never realized how many songs I was actually writing until I started writing them down in composition notebooks at 16. Before then, I used voice recorders and would just keep songs recorded and never written down. I filled up a composition book about every year and a half, and now I have four containing my music. My songs come from the inspiration of books, movies, friend's experiences, my own experiences, and really anything that sparks my creative.  

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It's taken me forever to actually share my music with others. I saw too many peers boasting in their musical gifts, and putting down people who made them feel threatened (basically anyone else who had musical abilities). This frightened me. I didn't want to be interpreted as someone showing off, and so I decided never to share. I didn't want to be perceived as a show off, or somehow become one by sharing my music.  

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It's taken me years to shake all that off, and realize that I'm not like them. I don't want to share my music to get complements. I want to share my music because that's what you're suppose to do when you write songs! If I bury my talent, I don't deserve to have it. And so, here I am. Digging up everything I kept hidden for years. 

Thank you for being here for the excavation, and listening to my songs that have just begun to live outside of myself.”