pixietricks (Jill Goldin)

Jill Goldin (a.k.a. pixietricks) hails from Lexington, Massachusetts where she sang with the madrigals chamber choir, district and all-states choruses, and directed the award-winning female a capella group, "Euphoria." Her musical pursuits began at the ripe age of six when her first track was released: the infamous "Rainforest Song". Recorded in her fatherís basement studio, the song was "mysteriously" discovered and selected to be played during the closing credits of an Omni Theater film at Bostonís Museum of Science. Twelve years later, Jill began her undergraduate opera studies at Peabody Conservatory of Music. She joined the remixing scene in spring 2005 with Zelda64 "Prayer" and has since been working on some collaborations, projects, and solo work. Other interests include anime, physical theater, language study (so far French, Italian, and Japanese), Star Trek: TNG, photography, and the Boston Red Sox!

website: http://www.fayhaven.com