What music do you produce?
I produce what I like to call sad girl indie brood. I guess in other terms you could call it indie folk. It’s been just my voice and a guitar for a while, but recently I’ve added a loop pedal to add some texture to my songs in a way I can translate into live performance.
How and when did you get started?
I’ve been writing songs in one form or another since I was in high school. My taste in music has changed and in turn so has my songwriting style. I began with piano and moved to guitar, and that’s where I’ve stayed since.
How does FLATS Micro Series benefit musicians like yourself?
Although I’ve been writing for what feels like forever, I’ve never really tried to take my songs and turn them into a potential career. This year I have made it my only goal to get my project some momentum. The FLATS Micro Series will benefit me by simply giving me the opportunity to play my songs for people in an intimate setting, which is where my music fits best.
How is a platform to perform powerful to your industry?
In my experience so far, I’ve found that performance is the only real sustainable way to have a career in music. Whether it’s touring or local shows, you need to perform to reach and build an audience. The whole point of my craft is to draw something out of myself and show it to as many people as I can with hopes it resonates. It’s my only authentic way of connecting with the rest of the world on a deeper level.