Ciara took to music from a very young age teaching herself piano at the age of eight and then the guitar a few years later.
Ciara found her passion for blues at a local Devonshire pub that held a weekly blues night, she very quickly became intoxicated with the beauty of blues from all walks of life. This infatuation began to mould Ciara’s musical style and she yearned for an environment that she could flourish.
She moved from Totnes, Devon to Brighton at the end of 2016, knowing that Brighton was a hub of music and creativity. Alongside studying Philosophy and Politics at The University of Brighton, Ciara began playing with other musicians and immersing herself into the local music scene eventually running open mic nights and various charity events. Her bedroom studio (1 channel interface and a laptop) turned into a basement studio where she recorded her band (cello, double bass, clarinet, saxophone, conga, piano, guitar and vocals) for her debut EP ‘A Journey to Blue’
Since, the release of 'A Journey to Blue' in May and the beautiful EP Celebration, that was held at St Mary's Church, Kemptown, Ciara has been composing short pieces for various short films. Her next personal project is an orchestral piece with the name Beautiful Love, It will be recorded and filmed at the beginning of 2020.