Amy is an Australian Interfaith Minister, Spiritual Counsellor & singer/songwriter based in London. Ordained with the OneSpirit Interfaith Foundation in 2016, she is of service to people of all faiths and none, creating words, music & bespoke, sacred ceremony.
Passionate about the Arts & its ability to connect us, her most recent album Watchmaker’s Daughter explores the universal themes of time, hope & love. She elaborated on this topic at London's TEDx conference, encouraging people to use timepieces as a gentle reminder to embrace small moments with gratitude.
Amy is also deeply curious about compassion in action & spiritual leadership and is a fellow of St Ethelburga's Centre for Peace & Reconciliation, having completed their Sacred Activist leadership programme in 2017.
Annalie is a British singer, songwriter and producer based in London. Her music is bold, fresh and unapologetically human. Drawing strains of her Celtic roots together with early influences of jazz, blues and folk-rock Annalie sings from the heart with intensity and vulnerability, laced with her characteristic humour.
In 2014 Annalie won the Rock The House competition as Best Solo Artist and performed at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster. She also played at the Mayor's Thames Festival and has toured in Poland, Norway and the US.
Annalie’s single “Skin” from the Water Snakes EP (2014) was premiered on BBC Radio London. Her third full album, The Cold Blows, (2016) recorded live with piano, voice and drums, is an intimate journal of love, loss and international risk.