2014: Recorded “Invincible” with “Ask Your Sister”
2014: Recorded harp, flute and keys for 张楚 (Zhang Chu’s) current album.
2012: Recorded/produced solo album “Paint the Moon”
2003: Recording Artist for “Sara & Kamila” St. John’s, NL
Recorded/co-produced album “Chasing Fireflies”
Received four nominations from the MIANL
(Music Industry Association of Newfoundland)
1999: Recording Artist for Sara & Kamila, Argenta, BC
Recorded/co-produced debut album “Sara & Kamila”
2013-2016, Accompanying harpist/flutist for Zhang Chu, performed various tours across China.
2013-2014, Various tours with Ask Your Sister across India, China and Canada
2012, Musician/composer for “Syzygy” composed the music for a 90 minute circus performance
2008 – 2012, Founder & Singer of the Girassol Bossa Nova Quartet, (Beijing, China)
A group dedicated to arranging and performing Bossa Nova
and Samba music. Performed at private functions and parties throughout Beijing, performances including shows at the Brazilian, Chilean, and French Embassies
2007 -2011, Lead singer for Sambasia, Beijing, China Various performances across China with a 15 piece Samba band. Included shows at The Lan Club, Suzie Wong’s, Star Live, and The Worker’s Stadium (with Cui Jian).
2009: Founder & Singer of Lullaby Fire (Beijing, China)
Jazz group in Beijing performing an assortment of
original, jazz and latin music in music venues, hotels, and private functions throughout Beijing.
2001-2015: Freelance Harpist, Vocalist, Flautist, Pianist, Guitarist, Thereminist (Halifax NS, St. John’s NL, Beijing, China)
1998-2005: Singer, Instrumentalist & Composer of Sara & Kamila, (Canada)
Various folk festivals and events across Canada including performances at:
The Winnipeg Folk Festival
The Vancouver Island Music Festival
Deep Roots Music Festival
Trout Forest Music Festival
The Thundering Women Festival,
Blue Skies Music Festival
The Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival
The Peterborough Folk Festival
2005, May Canada Council for the Arts Creation grant
2001, April Canada Council for the Arts Creation grant
2000, March Nova Scotia Arts Council for the Arts