First appearing in the UK charts in 2000 fronting recording projects with Oxygen, my career as both a recording artist and performer continued with international hits collaborating with Sunfreaks, DT8 Project, 4 Strings, Rui da Silva and Soulshaker to name but a few.. I fronted the Lord Large  (Acid Jazz),  Lustral (Virgin) and Slovo (Brixtown) with both international tours and album releases and supported Kylie Minogue, Kelly Rowland, Moloko, Damien Rice, Roisin Murphy, Dirty Vegas, Ce Ce Rogers, Shapeshifters, Faithless and more on worldwide tours.


I graced many a festival stage  (Glastonbury 8 times, Roskilde, Creamfields, Tomorrowland, Sziget,The Big Chill, V Festival and Hop Farm.) and ran a long-time successful residency in South East London consecutively for 18 years. “It’s All About The Music”  featured  Stephen Large, Shingai (Noisettes), Jamie Cullum, Glenn Tilbrook, Spencer Jones, Jools Holland, Fran Healy and many of London’s leading session musicians who have played with Amy Winehouse, George Michael, Duffy, Puff Daddy, Rod Stewart, Pete Doherty, Beyonce and more.

24 releases later, 5 of which were UK and international Top 40 releases, one, the title track to the film 'Fakers', I continue to write tracks for other artists such as Taylor Dayne and X Factor finalists, Japan's pop princess Pamyu Pamyu and most recently, Jodie Watley. You can sometimes find me in a live music bar in Gozo...

Some folk said some nice things one time... 

“The fact that she can get up in a club and purr a cream of the crop dance tune and then sit down at the piano and sing it live blows your head away

Evening Standard.


“Bubbling away on the underground and this playlist, for some time, this is the coolest crossover trance since IIO’s Rapture”. 

Music Week


“Best Vocal I’ve heard on a track for a long time”. 

Judge Jules, Radio 1

"That girl can Sing!"

Jools Holland