Below is a collection of recorded music I have worked on in some capacity. I've divided my work into three categories: music released as Oddeline (where I am writer, performer, and producer), music I have produced for other artists, and recordings where I am credited as a co-writer and/or feature vocalist.

And I will share a little about the projects along the way!

As Oddeline

Fated to Drown

6-song EP (2021)

After a few dissatisfying experiences working with other producers, the breakup of my band, and the start of Covid-19 lockdowns in Canada, I decided to learn to produce my own music. This process began with converting my band's rehearsal space (a cleared-out storage room in my parents' basement) into a DIY studio, buying a couple more mics, and jumping into the recording process. The drums were recorded in my drummer's livingroom, the bass was done remotely with my bassist recording parts we crafted together over Zoom, and the rest was in the basement studio. The cover is a picture I took of my sister, inspired by depictions of Shakespeare's Ophelia, shot at a park in the neighbourhood where I grew up.


overgrown - Mars Aspen

Single (2023) - engineering, production, piano, guitar, and backing vocals by Oddeline

The production of “overgrown” began when Mars reached out to me asking who had produced by EP, so that they could work with the same producer. Always having wanted to be a producer, I was delighted at the opportunity, but also felt extremely nervous and underqualified. Due to Mars being a full-time student and me working 2 jobs at the time, the production was a slow process, but “overgrown” was finally shared with the world in August 2023. I engineered all of the sessions (between the parents' basement studio and Digital Arts Resource Centre), and provided acoustic guitar, piano, and some of the backing vocals, along with creative production. “overgrown” garnered 10,000 streams on Spotify within its first three months and we couldn't be happier with how it turned out!

Cowrites & Features

Blue Light Remedies - TRAIPSE feat. Oddeline

part of the album “Modem” (2022) - co-written and sung by Oddeline

TRAIPSE is an electro-project spearheaded by my good friend Cole Johnson, who also happens to be the bassist on “Fated to Drown”. Co-writes in general are outside of my comfort zone, and this track falls fairly far outside of my usual genre. However, it was such a fun process to work on this with TRAIPSE, and it was an honour to close out their first album with this Rumi-inspired electropop tune!

Three Portraits and a Prayer

3 Singles (2020)

My collaboration with Three Portraits and a Prayer, the post-punk project of Ottawa musician and videographer David Sklubal, began when I saw his Facebook post looking for someone to join a band inspired by Cocteau Twins. As a massive Cocteau Twins fan, I immediately replied, and we ended up doing three singles together. These songs are produced and written by David, with vocals by me, except for “Then to This,” which we wrote together. Working with David was a great experience, and I am proud of the work that came out of it. It was fun to dip more into my 80s alternative influences and I hope to have the chance to do more of that in the future.