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I was born in Logan Utah. When I was three my family moved to Olympia Washington. My parents introduced me to their antique upright piano when I was five years old, and my love for the piano began. When I was ten my parents separated and I moved to Seattle, Washington with my mother and away from the piano. The next year I was given my first keyboard and I began to compose my first melodies. When I was 14 I moved back in with my dad and was reunited with the piano. In the years that followed I continued to create music on the piano. In early 2000 I got my first Roland synthesizer and began exploring different world music themes. In the ensuing years I expanded my repertoire and produced sixteen CDs. In 2005 my mother gifted me my very own piano. My music can best be described as melodic, emotional, and varied. My other passion is fine art. Since I was old enough to hold a pencil I was drawing mountains and nature landscapes. My band name is derived from my love of painting. All cover art is from my original paintings. The painting on the cover of 'What it Is to Love' was inspired by a trip to the Olympic Rain Forest in Washington State.
Why this name?
I have a passion for nature and painting original landscapes of it.
Do you play live?
At this point I don't play live, which is why if you like my music I would greatly appreciate your support by buying my downloads. :)
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Yes, it will help with making my music available to more listeners.
Started playing piano when I was 12 years old and have never stopped.
Secret Garden, Moby, George Winston.
I love the Pacific Northwest.
Play live on a piano and I compose music on a Roland Phantom keyboard.