beautiful disruption

This jazz-infused, piano-pop balladry automatically makes you feel like you have been listening to it for most of your life... [Beautiful Disruption] lies at the end of a long cannon of work by singer-songwriters from the likes of Joni Mitchell and Carol King, to Tori Amos and Fiona Apple, all of whom are equally uncomfortable fits into the usual generic groupings.
— Dancing About Architecture

in concert


 why do i do music?

for hope and for beauty.

because i believe there's beauty in a lot of things, and not just in stuff like white and lace and rainbows. there's beauty in deep, soul-wrenching questions and doubts, there's beauty in the messy problems that keep you awake at night.

because i've realized that life isn't just what's here on the surface - there's more.

because i want to bring people to things in life that are beyond the daily grind. the world is complex and beautiful.

because the soul needs feeding, too.