Autumn wrote her first work for harp when she was 8 years old. She now continues to write works for solo instruments, chamber ensemble, orchestra, choir, and film.
Currently, Autumn is attending Berklee College of Music where she is earning a B.M. in Film Scoring and Composition with minors in Conducting and Spanish Arts and Culture.
She strives to inspire emotions in others with her compositions as much as music has inspired her. In her own words, “I want to impact people emotionally, tell them stories, and bring healing through music. I want to give people an escape while simultaneously giving them the opportunity to find themselves. I use composition and film scoring as my tools to tell stories while also expressing my own.”
Autumn enjoys listening to all kinds of music including but not limited to: Classical, Impressionistic, Romantic, Latin Jazz, Flamenco, Celtic, and Film Score. She is inspired by Claude Debussy, Sergei Rachmaninoff, James Horner, and Danny Elfman.
Autumn loves to collaborate with other musicians and composers, learning as much as she can about other people and musical styles. In 2020 she studied Flamenco in Spain and composed and recorded “Es Verdad”, a song based on a poem by Federico Garcia Lorca.