Imagine if Jason Mraz, Colbie Callait, and Jack Johnson all played together for a musical evening.....

Los Angeles-based ukulele player/singer/songwriter Chrissy serves up acoustic pop and some serious prowess on the four-stringed instrument delivering songs about romanticism, moonlighting as a cat burglar, and the gypsy nature of life on the road. 

Aside from her original tunes, Chrissy loves to take well-known classics and give them new life - jazzy renditions of Madonna's 'Into the Groove' and 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' both pay homage to musical influences and challenge audiences with radical interpretations.

After a successful grassroots 2018 USA tour, Chrissy returned to her native country of Australia to write the score to the award-winning coming-of-age feature film - Highest Point with Bernard de la Coeur, pen new tracks for her debut solo acoustic album, and play to Aussie audiences.

In 2019, Chrissy began recording her first solo acoustic album entitled Conception, which was released in three volumes over nine months. In the same year, she toured Australia and the USA and played at The Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival and The Melbourne Ukulele Festival

2020 was another productive year for Chrissy, who was picked up by Kanile'a Ukulele, one of the top ukulele manufacturers globally, to be one of their endorsed artists. In early 2020, she flew back to her hometown of Melbourne to headline the Melbourne Ukulele Festival. Chrissy used the 2020 lockdowns to work on her online presence, and she began live-streaming concerts and conducting songwriting workshops. She also used the time to write new songs. 

At the start of 2021, Chrissy teamed up with Liam Fox O'Brien to write the score for the documentary feature film With Flying Colours, set to be released mid-year.