An active singer and songwriter, I have been studying classical and jazz voice since age 11 and received conservatory-style training at CU Boulder's College of Music under Dr. Jeffrey Seppala. I have participated in multiple vocal groups throughout my life, most notably as Director, Arranger, Live Sound Engineer, and singer in the collegiate co-ed a cappella group Mile 21, and in CU Boulder's first all-female vocal jazz ensemble Stardust.

I am fortunate to be able to continue my artistic pursuits alongside my research! At Stanford, I am continuing my vocal training under Director of Voice Gregory Wait and have had the privilege to study vernacular songwriting under Mark Applebaum. I am also a founding member, lead instrument designer and performer in the first Stanford Laptop Orchestora (SLorK) "LaptOpera," lead by Dr. Anne Hege and Prof. Ge Wang.

CCRMA Projects and Performances

The first electronic opera of its kind, The Furies is a retelling of the Greek tragedy "Electra" through voice and gesture-controlled electronic instrument design. Check out our website for more information on the ideation and implementation of a 'laptopera.'


A voice-based tone looper for capturing and retaining musical thoughts.


A tactile-feedback instrument that allows a user to "feel" their voice in their hands as they sing.

Arrangements and Covers

"Skinny Love" - Bon Iver

"Superstition" - Stevie Wonder

"Boy With a Coin" - Iron & Wine

"A Case of You" - Joni Mitchell (James Blake version)

"when the party's over" - Billie Eilish

"Rivers and Roads" - The Head and the Heart

"The Nearness of You" - Hoagy Carmichael

Original Work (more coming soon!)

Louder (2021)

A first attempt at the production style of the chorus, with some rock-influenced changes to the instrumentation and harmonic progression. A work in progress!