I love to sing. Music is one of the many things that has kept me going through the years. It’s one of the things that has helped me to cope with struggles throughout this journey of life. Often, when I felt I had nothing else, I had music.

I stepped foot on stage to sing my first solo at the delicate age of 3. I would then go on to sing nation-wide in competitions, choirs, showchoirs and more. I have done local theater performances as well as sang the national anthem for a handful of stadiums in the area. Weddings and funerals seem to be high on the list of things I’ve sang at as well.

Most recently, I was a worship leader at church. My boys will tell you I sing around the house and in the car way too much. I play a little guitar, pick at the piano and pretend like I know what I’m doing. Some of these are songs recorded in my bathroom, so don’t get too excited. Some are live performances in churches or other venues. Some I’m playing the keyboard or guitar, others are to accompaniment tracks. These are here more for my own benefit. It’s a part of who I am, and a part I shouldn’t hide since I’m trying to work on this whole “living a transparent life” thing.

Pardon the scrambled manner of which these are laid out. I’m still working on converting video to mp3.


Never Saw Blue Like That – 2013 (vocal- home recording)

Blessings– 2012 (live performance- funeral service)

Halleljuah– 2012 (vocal- karaoke night)

A Living Prayer– 2011(guitar/ vocal- home recording)

Amazing Grace– 2011 (a capella- home recording)

The Prayer (Mom’s Wedding Sample) (piano/ vocal)