P.S. I Love You
A member of Actor's Equity Association, Nicole started acting professionally while in college. She lived in New York City and worked in New York and much of the United States performing musical theatre and theatre. In 2000, Nicole was cast in the permiere of a musical titled, "Petticoat Rules," written by Tony Award winner Pam Phillips (Crazy for You) and Mary Murfitt (Cowgirls). Ihe show opened in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Nicole can be heard on the original cast recording. Nicole fell in love with Jackson Hole and made it her home in 2001. Jazz pianist Keith Philliips- a veteran Broadway musician and Chicago native- invited Nicole to sing with him and under his menotrship, the musical theater girl got sucked into the world of jazz. Within two years Nicole was performing concerts at the National Museum of Wildlife Art which led to an invitation to sing with Grammy Award winner Skip Ewing at his Horse and Writer Benefit Concert. Nicole has also performed at the Yellowstone Jazz Festival, Grand Teton Music Festival, Wyoming Arts Council Concert Series, Lander Jazz Festival, and Center for the Arts: Bravo Presents. In 2006, Nicole moved to Salt Lake City, Utah and in 2007 her debut album, P.S. I Love You was released. P.S. I Love You is a refreshing twist on standards of the 20s, 30s, and 40s and can be heard on airwaves nationwide. Nicole resides in Park City, Utah.