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Australian born with Celtic roots, Ella followed her Scottish and Irish ancestry back to the Highlands and Isles and found her passion for Celtic music and song.
Ella was originally trained Classically by vocal coach Lilija Sile, winning numerous awards and performing around the Central Coast, Sydney and Melbourne Australia.
At the 2019 Australian Celtic Music Awards, Ella won Female Artist of the Year, Celtic Song of the Year for her original – Elluria’s Lament, and Celtic Artist of the Year.
Last year she was awarded 2018 Female Artist of the Year at the Australian Celtic Music Awards and was nominated for the Hollywood Music in Media Award for female vocalist 2018.
Since she began her Celtic journey, she has performed at events such as the Australian Celtic Festival, the Australian Celtic Music Awards, the Australian Outlander Fan Gathering, "Gathering of the Celts", the “Gathering of the Clans”, "Clans on the Coast" and Studio2Stage “Irish Music and Dance Experience” in New York as featured singer.
In April this year, Ella performed with Tim Janis in York, Maine USA, along with past members of ‘Celtic Women’ – violinist Mairead Nesbitt and vocal talent Lynn Hillary.
Ella recorded her first single - "Elluria's Lament" with Multi Platinum Award Winning Songwriter/Producers Adrian and Barbara Hannan at the SongStore in Melbourne, Australia.
Her new single - "North Wind" also recorded by Adrian Hannan at the SongStore, has just been released.
Ella has been acting from a young age, landing her first role on 26 episode children’s television drama series “Snobs” for Southern Star Entertainment, which aired on the Nine Network Australia and Channel 5 Broadcasting, England in 2003.
In 2003 she played the lead role in a short film “Still Time” for Radhart Pictures which premiered at the Chauvel Cinema, Paddington.
Ella has also had guest roles on Home and Away, Blue Water High, and has been in commercials for KFC, Caltex and Imetrex.
In 2009 she starred in Dreams Unleashed Productions’ feature film “Submerged".