Lavinia "The Raveness" Valeriana had an itinerant upbringing, raised in Warwickshire and across Latin-Celtic heritage lands, that required homeschooling and later, autodidactic teaching. Brooding yet vivacious, Valeriana grew up in the grip of legacies of historical icons such as William Shakespeare, he too was born in Stratford and Aleister Crowley, also from Clarendon, Leamington Spa in the district of Warwick. Upon the tombs of those buried in the local Gothic Revival church graveyards - where she loves to read and delve into occultist, macabre, horror and melancholic-romantic based material, and bat watch - she discovered poetry, and through Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' unearthed diarist writing. Encircled in a life of antiquarian books, by the age of 6, she had already secretly read the likes of John Dee and Edward Kelley, Dante Alighieri, Arthur Rimbaud, Charles Baudelaire and Edgar Allan Poe, and fallen in love with the monsters of John Polidori, Giambattista Basile, H.P. Lovecraft and various Religious texts. She'd also began to learn to carve ornamental sculpture, jot down her own studies, poems and diarist verse, and at the same time, through reading and self-study - to overcome stress relating to a total deafness in her right ear - uncovered a new language called "Music." On odd occasion Lavinia has purposely panned out Classical pieces in a way as to give the listener a "single-sided deaf" experience. Musically there is no particular interest in a set genre however Giallo soundtracks did have influence on the eventual sound. She is noted for her surrealist immersive Avante-Garde, lo-fidelity presentation, and a quirk for aqueous instruments.