In 2009, she moved to United States to study film scoring at Berklee College of Music. She has scored several inspiring, independent short films. She released her first album “Night Dream” in 2011, and her single “The Arctic Light” (2011) has been featured in an Australian TV commercial, the Norwegian Tourism Board’s official website, and several other advertisements and short films.
After graduating from Berklee in 2012, she has been working on a wide variety of projects as a composer, pianist, orchestrator, arranger, copyist and educator. Her album "Impressions" (2013), was nominated for Best Neo-Classical Album at the 10th annual ZMR Awards, and she released her last album "Rain Stories" in November 2014. Her latest album "Colors in the Diary", which is produced by the Grammy-winning producer Will Ackerman, and features cellist Eugene Friesen and Boston Symphony Orchestra violinist Si-Jing Huang.