I'm a versatile musician, composer, producer, engineer and sound designer working out of Brooklyn, NY! Originally from the SF Bay Area, I migrated east for college and graduated from Brown University in 2014 with a degree in Neuroscience, having also deeply studied music, audio engineering, and music cognition during my time there. After spending a year as a Graduate Research Assistant in Tod Machover's Opera of the Future group at the MIT Media Lab, I moved to NYC to pursue full-time creative work in the music industry. I'm excited to be releasing my debut record as a solo artist very soon, and I continue to work and collaborate as a producer, co-writer, engineer, session musician, and sound designer/composer for organizations like Splice, TED, NPR and the NYTimes. Over the past few years in NYC, I've built a female network of creatives and other industry professionals to work with, and it's incredibly important to me to uplift and showcase the voices, perspectives, and skills of women and other historically marginalized and underrepresented populations.