Fiddle player & songwriter
Written during the Coronavirus lockdown in the UK and recorded at home.
I didn’t even question what folk music was until I was already immersed in playing it. Then I started to come across people who thought it meant something different to what I had thought…
A song for Janette, for her ordination in June 2019.
The song takes the story of Canaire, 6th century Irish celtic saint and early advocate for women’s place in the church.
A song written for my niece, Charis.
I had fun making the video, shot on my phone at Tehidy Woods, Portreath beach and in the grounds at Epiphany House, Truro.
This poll was from Instagram. I did a similar survey on Facebook and found some other people who will join me. I can’t wait to see how this project unfolds!
1 Feb 2019. Celtic Connections gig on the Danny Kyle Open Stage with Kris Lannen from Brother Sea and David Bowden on double bass
This poem by Sr. Raphael Consedine was part of the inspiration for a song recorded with Wayfarers on our EP in 2017.
A song written to celebrate the life of my dear friend Jo Kennedy and to remember the joy that she brought to so many through her love of music and misrule.