Fitz began her musical career under the tutelage of Maestro Dino Anagnost of The Little Orchestra Society at Lincoln Center. She graduated cum laude from The George Washington University with a degree in Electronic Media. Attending a chance show at Phill Niblock's loft in 2012 changed the direction of her life and it created a love affair with the NYC experimental scene. She has had the opportunity to perform with Damien Rice, Teletextile, Pauline Kim-Harris, Melinda Bronstein, Marcas Lancaster, Aaron Roche, Nicholas Zork, Amanda Wallace & Aaron Beaumont, and Gloria Gaynor.
In 2017, Fitz left NYC and a decade long career in the corporate world to spend a few months in London, her second home. She works at Cafe Oto and at a studio in Clapton. There she creates unusual soundscapes and ethereal spaces using primarily her voice, electronic drums, and synthesizers. Her work investigates breaking patterns in narratives, sound, speech, nature, technology, and behavior.
Her first EP produced by Shahzad Ismaily (Laurie Anderson, Bonnie Prince Billy, JFDR) and Aaron Roche (Sufjan Stevens, ANHONI, R. Stevie Moore) was self-released in 2018. She is currently working on her next album, The Other Side of Blue, for release in 2019.