Jules has been playing the guitar since the age of 8 and was writing songs by the time she was a teenager. At 16 her first studio recorded song was 'Tears Of Love, which played on South Coast Radio.
Jules has released 4 albums and 1 single. Jules has met several professional musicians and singers over the past 20 years, Doris Brendel, Sam Brown, Aitch McRobbie, Richard Durrant, Nick Pynn, Vinnie Lammi and Jack Cryer where she has gained experience in collaboration, writing and recording.
2010 Jules sang backing vocals for Doris Brendel on her album 'The Last Adventure'.
2011, 3 of Jules songs won semi finalist in the UK Songwriting Competition - 'Soul, I Can See An Angel & The Book' where Doris Brendel sings backing vocals on 'The Book'.
2015 Jules was special guest at the Brighton Fringe singing in the famous lanes. She has sung at various open mic nights across Sussex.
2021Jules started to create stop motion animation videos for her music. Her first being for the song 'Tell me Something Brave'. It features an original character called 'Bert' who also appears in the Christmas song 'Think Of Me This Christmas'.
December 2021 Jules released her first single, a Christmas song raising awareness of homeless dogs. She created a stop motion animation accompanying the song. Her interview was featured in the Sussex papers.
2022 see's Jules publish a new animated video for her song "Where Ever We Roam'. Which is attracting attention across the web and has featured on the Penny Black Music magazine pages. An article was also featured in the Sussex Express papers.
Jules music reviews and interviews are featured on the websites of international music magazine Pennyblack music and international Country music magazine Maverick.
You can find just some of Jules music on Soundcloud
Jules is also a keen photographer. Her portfolio covering a mixture of topics is on Shutterstock
The new Album 'Where Ever We Roam' is due for release October 2022.
You can hear Jules music on Seaside Hospital Radio for Worthing and Shoreham.
Jules continues to write and record new material.