Imagination, creativity and inspiration through music and soundscapes have always been a part of my world. It’s a way I can communicate and connect with others on a deeper and more magical level. I look into the river, into the space of that magic and mystery and hear the stories come through. Then I relate these stories through didgeridoo and other instruments or singing and bring them out to connect and communicate with people who love the deeper vibes of music. I love sharing these musical stories with listeners. It touches that space and higher qualities in them and I see the lights go on. And so the mutual sharing of warm vibes begins. I love that! I first learned I had these skills when I was very young and shared them with my family. It wasn’t long after that I started sharing them with friends and many others through performing and composing. It’s my own way to help bring a little peace and sonic nourishment to help foster a planet of happy humans.
I am deeply grateful to the First Peoples of Australia, the Aboriginal communities who have been so generous in sharing this amazing instrument and culture. Without such generosity, I would not be able to make the music I make. Thank you!