Fawn is an award winning ASCAP singer/songwriter, whose song "Wish U Love" made it to #6 this year on the Billboard Dance charts.
Her voice and songs have been heard on numerous TV shows, CD Compilations, commercials and films such as The Natalee Holloway Story, Ugly Betty, Nip/Tuck, Dead End Falls, Ford, Mazda, Pontiac, Barbie, Ponds, Target, Guiding Light, Lavazza Coffee, The Young and The Restless, 1-800-Missing with Vivica A. Fox and Witchblade, among others.
Out of 560,000 songs and 41,000 albums, with 10,000 judges on board, Fawn won the JPF Music Award for "Best Dance Song 2009" with her song "Wish U Love" which was 2 only to Madonna, on the dance/house Masterbeat charts with Producers Chad Jack and Tim Letteer. She also won for "Best Dance Album 2009" - "Body, Soul and Mind." Her song ‘Oneday,’ produced by BT, Brian Transeau (Film Composer for Monster), has raised over 5 million for people with HIV/AIDS.
She was recently seen on the TV/Film Panel for the 2009 Winter Music Conference in Miami and the Lifetime TV Series "How to Look Good Naked" with Carson Kressley with her sister Grae. She has also appeared on a variety of TV shows, including Paula Abdul’s reality TV show "Hey Paula," E.T. The Insider, TMZ, Good Morning America, American Idol, Regis and Kelly, KTLA, FOX 11 News, 944 and many others.
She has released 3 albums (2 with partner Vincent Covello, Body Soul and Mind) and 3 singles on Stonedef Records and has been on several compilation albums.
She has worked with recording artists Meredith Brooks, Paula Cole, BT, QD3, Ed Townsend, Lalah Hathaway, Club Nuveau’s Val Watson, and has shared the stage with a variety of artists such as Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder, Right Said Fred, Dionne Warwick, Carl Anderson, David Pomeranz, Thelma Houston, Chrisse Hynde, Pepper Mashay, James Torme' and War’s Howard E. Scott.
Fawn has also worked with an array of other celebrities, including Pamela Anderson, Jay Leno, Eva Longoria, Joan Rivers, Kevin Costner, Darryl Hannah, Tommy Lee, Martin Lawrence, Magic Johnson, Jermaine Dupri, Rae Dawn Chong, Hulk Hogan, Catherine Oxenberg, Florence Henderson, Jay Leno, James Callahan, Erik Estrada, John Amos, David Marshall Grant and Alexandra Paul and others appearing with them in film, TV and benefits for several worthy charities.
Fawn sings in almost every language and in a variety of styles. She has sung for a variety of world renown conductors, including Paul Salamunovich, Jean Berger and Duane Wolfe for various projects and is currently working on a new music projects with Dresden and Johnston, Allister Whitehead, Chad Jack, Jake Benson and TRL. Fawn is currently recording two albums in the style of Electro and Chill Out.
In her free time she enjoys mentoring children and adults alike, helping them become acquainted with and prolific in piano, voice and songwriting.
She believes that a gift is as important as what you do with it, so she spends a few hours a month working with people of all ages, dealing with different issues. She has been known to incorporate her wolf hybrid, "Wolfadeaus" and other rescue animals to aid in the healing process of hurting people of all ages. Her belief is that there is "no such thing as a 'problem' person or child, only a problem in understanding" Wolf dogs Wolfadeaus and Dakota can be seen in Fawn’s “Wish U Love” music video, airing on the LOGO channel and other outlets.
Fawn has a direct and honest approach in her music and her life. She continually lends her support, time and heart, performing for benefits involving AIDS, Cancer, Animal Rescue, Special Olympics, and many other important causes. She explains, "There is no distinction or difference in the heart of humanity...we are all equally significant.
The more candles you light in the world, the brighter it becomes." Multi-talented, and naturally charismatic, Fawn loves the adventure in taking risks and as a gifted and versatile singer/songwriter, she also composes music in all genres. She says, "Beethoven once wrote, 'into the heart it has sprung, into the heart it shall penetrate'...I believe and strive in this endeavor.”