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
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
Original Work (more coming soon!)
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!