After two years living in Ocean Grove and enjoying all the amazing characteristics of these lovely little towns by the sea, I am going to move forward with an opportunity to work in Northern California through the fall. Possibly do a little traveling afterwards, just ready to ride one wave to the next.
I've learned so much living and working here. I've made so many lifelong friends, and connected with all those I've had the opportunity to work with along the way. Releasing "Atlantic" was such an incredible moment for me and i'm glad I can leave on a high note. Of course, I could have promoted it more, played more shows, and hit the ground running into my next project.. but thats not the way I see it.
"Atlantic" is certainly not the last collection of songs I will release, merely the first. But I think that there's so much out there in this great big world and my artistry and my whole being will absolutely benefit from making some changes to see what else serves me. I'm a twenty six year old woman who grew up in the shadows of one of the greatest, cultivating, competitive, powerhouses of humanity, New York City; And I'm aware of how that has influenced a lot of my values and understanding of the things up to this point. I've always known I could go into the city everyday and make something of myself, but in the past few years there's been a humongous shift between knowing what I'm capable of, and actually connecting to what it is that I truly want.