Who am I?

Thank you for finding your way here. I am a multidisciplinary musician, performer and activist, who believes in the power of words and music to open pathways of empathy between people.

My Mission . . .

Music is a handy little thing. I believe that we evolved making music because it is the most direct route to empathy and connection. Like a neural shortcut. 

When listen, we are having a shared emotional experience. And depending on how hard we listen, this can be a profound moment. It can reinforce our emotional commonalities – make us acutely aware that we are fundamentally bundles of nerves. And we need to be careful with each other.

That is why I tell personal stories through music. That is why I collaborate with people with disabilities, LGBTQIA+, First Nations, and other diverse people, to play whatever part I can in sharing their important stories. 

Because I believe that music can help us understand ourselves, and each other, a little better.

My work is diverse and across many fields: from comedy to concert music, but I like to think it is bound by vulnerable and honest storytelling, finding shared experiences, and validating experiences.

I would love for you to listen – and if you want to take the next step, join me on this journey.

Be part of my journey.

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What I'm doing: (my blog)


Hello, Sydney-siders! I am very much looking forward to visiting your wonderful city during January for the annual Gondwana National Choral School. I have been fortunate enough to gain entry to this fantastic summer choral school featuring many of Australia's top choral composers, conductors and educators, including Paul Holley, Carl Crossin and Graeme Morton. Under the tutorage of composers James Ledger and Paul Stanhope, I will compose a new piece of choral music, which will be presented in concert on the 12th of January - more details to follow.

The final concert featuring all of the National Choral School will be at Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music on Saturday 17th January at 3pm and 6pm. You can book tickets here.

What I've just done:

An Open Letter to the Prime Minister of Australia

Regarding a subject close to my (rainbow) heart.

Pay what you want to download this song, and all proceeds are donated to QLife: a national counselling and mental health service for LGBTQIA+ Australians, created by LGBTQIA+ Australians. So far, we have raised over $3,000.

Quick browse of my work:


Film Score:


Solo Piano:



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