Alexa captured the hearts of Australia in 2014 as the inaugural winner of The Voice Kids when she was 10 years old. In 2016 she represented Australia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Valletta, Malta placing fifth.
Mentored by Australian singing sensation Delta Goodrem, her TVK renditions of Alicia Keys “Girl on Fire”, Pocahontas theme song “Colours of The Wind”, Mariah Carey’s “Hero”, together with her Junior Eurovision performances have attracted a TV and global YouTube audience of millions.
Alexa released her first single “Playground” in 2014, followed two years later by her second single “We Are” for Junior Eurovision through Universal Music.
In 2014 she recorded The Voice Kids compilation CD followed by a highly successful national tour. She featured in the NSW Schools Spectacular and Vision Australia’s Carols by Candlelight at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne.
She graces the stage as a regular featured soloist with live and televised performances at the iconic Brisbane Riverstage for the IGA Lord Mayor’s Christmas Carols and Sirromet Winery for Redland City Christmas by Starlight.
Who’s got the power? In 2016 Alexa embraced her pow factor to voice the energised theme song for Cartoon Network’s rebooted “Powerpuff Girls” for Australia and New Zealand.
She is proud to help raise awareness and support the Children’s Hospital Foundation, Mater Little Miracles, Childs Vision and co-fronted Childhood Cancer International’s “Child for Child” worldwide campaign song, written by renowned global music composer of the Disney movie “Frozen”, Christophe Beck.
Alexa is an artist happiest on stage or in the recording studio. She’s blazing into the next phase of her still-young music career where she continues to astonish audiences with her powerhouse natural tones and charismatic, vibrant personality.