I grew up in Sugar Land, TX and have considered myself a songwriter since I was three years old. I’ve always been somewhat of a closed book, that is until I started diving more into music – it became the one place where I could truly open up. My grandfather, Edward Costa Greene, taught me that one voice can make a difference. It is because of him that I am not afraid to embrace my Jewish identity and it is because of him that I finally got the courage to use my voice. I became a songleader at Greene Family Camp for five summers and now I have found myself singing full time at Temple Israel in Memphis, TN. Throughout my journey thus far, I’ve witnessed that music has the power to heal us. My wish is to become a part of that healing process and to wear my grandfather’s name proudly.