I am a Virginia based composer who has always been fascinated with creating unique, eclectic music that people will enjoy listening to and remember. As a little girl I experimented with writing lyrics, and as a teenager began recording and writing instrumental music for the clarinet, and later, the hammered dulcimer and guitar. It was during this time that I decided I wanted to make my favorite pastime dream a reality.
I recently graduated from Liberty University with a Bachelor of Music degree in Film Scoring. During my time in college, I composed many arrangements for the Liberty University Clarinet Choir and Woodwind Quintet, including At The Cross, which is published by Laudation Music. I have scored four short films, Theatre Exulansis , A Wreck In Wonderland, The Girl In The Photograph, and Karen. In April of 2016, I won the Liberty University Music Theory and Arranging award, a great honor in the School of Music. I have also interned with independent film company Alexander Films, owned and operated by film director Marc Hutchins.
I enjoy composing in a variety of styles, including but not limited to classical, jazz, pop, electronic, rock, indie, and cinematic. My favorite film composer and inspiration is Danny Elfman. I have also studied the scores of John Williams, James Horner, Michael Giacchino and James Newton Howard, just to name a few. Ultimately, I strive to take all of my musical experiences and influences and use them to create music that is unique to myself.