Despite the fact that I have a degree in music, if you had asked me 10 years ago what I’d be doing, writing music and carving out my own career in wouldn’t have been the answer.
But that is exactly what I, together with my producer/husband Ben, do. My music portfolio requires me to wear many hats – my most loved are those as singer-songwriter and vocal artist here in Stockholm, Sweden.
Together we write reflective Christian music as the award-winning duo Salt Of The Sound and more recently, our newest venture is as the ambient musical duo Narrow Skies. This has led to several recent collaborations with other fantastic artists… some of which are still in the pipeline so stay tuned for more…
International Worship Leader
My other musical hat is as an International Worship Leader. With almost 4 years experience working as Musical Director & Worship Leader at Immanuel International Church in Stockholm. Together with my husband, we have led worship workshops and retreats across Sweden, the UK and around Europe. If you would like to know more about us as worship leaders or would like us to come and lead worship, a workshop or retreat at your church, do get in touch.
Our Music In The Press
Our music as Salt Of The Sound has been critically acclaimed by the Christian music press, and featured on a wide selection of radio stations (BBC, UCB) and podcasts (Pray As You Go, Dave’s Lounge).
- “This is tender, reflective, heart warming and heart searching music at it’s best.”
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Louder Than The Music review of In Prayer (2017)
- “Put this on if you’re looking for some serious peace in audio form.”
New Release Today review of Waiting For The Dawn (2016)
- “Leaves the listener searching, wondering… grabbing out for the beauty that is in this world. 5/5”
Louder Than The Music review of Echoes Of Wonder (2015)
- “Anita’s ethereal voice invites you to listen to God in stillness and quiet”
Never For Nothing (2014)
- “Evocative and beautiful. A stunning reflection of what it is to dwell in the presence of God”
JesusWired review of It Must Be Hope (2014)
- “The album is like a tranquil place where someone finds rest. 5/5”
CMAddict review of Journeys (2013)
- “A delightfully ethereal and unquestionably strong first album.”
Cross Rhythms review of Journeys (2013)
2015 – ‘Best Music’ in The Gospel of Jon, The Attic Film Festival