Sudden Amaryllis (2009)

My first full-length album, Sudden Amaryllis is library-rock wiki-folk. Sparse acoustic folk to subtly soulful piano to swirling world anthems rich with voices. It’s a quiet little album that gets loud sometimes. Intelligent and elegant. Buy album or listen on Spotify.

Winter Magnolia (2007)

Lyrical and thoughtful, Winter Magnolia features a sparse version of the ancient song “Veni Veni, Emanuel” as well as honest, simple arrangements of five originals. Buy album.

Single: Sweater (2009)

Originally recorded during the Sudden Amaryllis sessions, “Sweater” didn’t quite fit the mood of the album and was put aside for a while but later released as a stand-alone. Buy single or listen on Spotify.

Yearbook Committee

Single: Drive Me Home (2012)

A little song I wrote with quite a sense of place. Part of the compilation album The Wabash, a project of Wabash Valley Art Spaces, Inc. and the Year of the River 2013. Buy track or listen on Spotify.

This is the Winter (2012)

The kind of album that comes from Indiana in February. Features in particular two songs I wrote, “Battle Cries” and “Dangerous Bird.” Buy album or listen on Spotify.

Sing Till You Die (2011)

Sing-a-long indie loveliness from the Crossroads of America, or what happens when six songwriters get together and make a band. A lot of folk with some of everything else thrown in there too. Folk yeah. Buy album or listen on Spotify.

Big Couch EP (2010)

An early EP with a few Yearbook Committee classics, including my junkyard anthem “Arlene.” Buy album or listen on Spotify.