Lavinia "The Raveness" Valeriana (Le-vin-ee-a V-el-air-e-ana) is a - Welsh, Argentine, Catalan, Italian, (Breton) French - Stratford-on-Avon born Leamingtonian Avante-garde and Classical Musician, (Performance) Poet, Diarist and Artisan from the ward of Clarendon in Leamington Spa. Valeriana had an itinerant upbringing, raised in Warwickshire and across Latin-Celtic heritage lands. This required home-schooling and later, self-teaching. Brooding, heavily romantic and on the contrary vivacious, Valeriana grew up in the grip of legacies of historical icons such as William Shakespeare and Aleister Crowley, two very distinct local inspirations from whom she learnt to do what is needed by and for her own spirit. Upon the tombs of those buried in the surrounding Gothic Revival church graveyards - where she loves to read and delve into various literature, 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 six, she had already read a variety of texts. It was at this time, Valeriana 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. For near two-decades Lavinia has been independently successful with a global following that includes acclaimed names. The bohemian is the sole creator, engineer and publisher of all aspects of every immersive creation. A Classically self-trained and self-effacing artist who debuted five days after her thirteenth birthday, taking up the childhood nickname gifted to her as an alternative to six birth names - although her first book is authored under four of the six - becoming predominantly recognised for her signature overdrive-harpsichord and piano blended with doom-laden distortion-organ. As a noticeable introvert, she remains to evade the mainstream and media attention associated with it, and is also a reluctant user of social media.