After graduating from Berklee College of Music in 2009, I continued playing concerts and sessions, and collaborating with others in the pursuit of making art.
The Dropkick Murphys hired me to write string arrangements and perform with them from 2006-2010. I recorded on their album "The Meanest of Times", and appeared performing with them on the "Live on Landsdowne" DVD, their big St. Patrick's Day shows around Boston, and at the Winter Classic at Fenway Park.
In 2011, my husband Michael Engesser and I founded Rock Solid Productions, an audio production company and recording studio, in southern New Jersey. We did music, recording, and audio for films, video games, and our own projects, as well as other artists' projects.
We worked on my CelloVein album "Bad Cellist" for a long time, and finally finished and released it in 2016. It is comprised of seven original folk, rock, and metal songs, and two covers (Stairway to Heaven and White Rabbit).
In 2018, it was time for us to move out to Los Angeles, so we could spread our wings and continue to evolve our music careers. I'm thrilled to be here and I look forward to working with like-minded people who value art and collaboration!