This album, 'Watercolor Sounds', is aptly named because, like a watercolor painting, the music flows freely and spontaneously, expertly guided by the artist. Presh has succeeded in tapping into the deep well of creativity within bringing a flow of music which is nourishing and relaxing. Although the music is restful and soothing it is also thoughtful and maintains your interest right through to the very last track. As well as her musical passion Presh is a watercolor artist and here the two streams have flowed together - the cover art is by Presh.
Presh has always had an affinity for the piano. She grew up around the sounds of the piano as her father worked as a professional pianist. She took her first lessons from him and has gone on to play in various bands and made numerous performances. Currently she is concentrating on her solo recording career and 'Watercolor Sounds' is her first solo album. Presh enjoys adding backdrops, such as vocals, strings and other complementary sounds, to her main instruments - the piano and flute.
Her music has similarities to Enya, Secret Garden, Sarah Brightman, Adiemus and Era.