The Raveness was born in the birthplace of William Shakespeare, a web of Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Leamington Spa and Kenilworth, the surrounding areas and Coventry. A Sagittarius with a (Catalan-Basque, Italian, Argentine, French-Breton and Welsh) Latina-Celt ethnicity; raised partly outside of Warwickshire across her heritage lands. An itinerant upbringing that required home-schooling and autodidactic teaching in all that she does now do. This includes the sole production, self-publishing and independent distribution of every creation. She is completely deaf in her right ear and owes her Classical skills to a passion for reading and learning. The old soul is an admirer of History and its Architecture; bat watching amongst Castles, Gothic Revival churches and their graveyards, and their details plus other historical beauties eventually led to exploring with sculpture. Upon tombs she discovered the expressionism of poetry and through Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' unearthed diarist writing, and so it was, that at 6 years-old she began her multilingual poems; research in diaries that also documented physical, emotional and mental suffering. By 12 years-old, the bohemian found in her ward of Clarendon a quizzical curio in Edward Alexander "Aleister" Crowley, reading his anomalous literature in the library. Other influences - aside from the aforementioned - are John Dee and Edward Kelley, Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Baudelaire, Napoléon Bonaparte, Arthur Rimbaud, Dante Alighieri, John Polidori, Miguel de Cervantes, Jorge Luis Borges, Giambattista Basile, H.P. Lovecraft, Rupert Brooke and Niccolò Machiavelli (to name but a few). There has never been any particular style: sexing the mannerisms of those she grew up with, experimenting without restraint and birthing an immersive sound, throwing in a hint of Latin-Celtic vibes. Since the beginning, recognised as a surrealist with chameleon vocal theatrics whether sung or spoken, a three-dimensional presentation, a quirk for transforming Absinthe and its Absinthiana into aqueous musical instruments, and overdrive Harpsichord and Piano blended with doom-laden Organ; a New-Age Claviorganum masqueraded as a growling Guitar.