Born in Wilmington, Delaware, Laura knew at the very young age of 5 that she wanted to become a professional recording artist. At 16 years of age she gave her heart to the Lord during a crusade and her amazing journey began.
Laura sang in many secular clubs in NYC while pursuing a recording career.
Her call to ministry, however, came after her younger brother, Jay, became a ventilator dependent quadriplegic due to a construction accident in 2000. While at her brother’s bedside in a nursing facility, Laura penned “Ease the Pain”,an emotional ballad about her love for Jay. “God gave me that song in an instant because He knew how desperately we needed hope."
As a National Anthem singer for the NY Mets, Laura had the opportunity to perform her brother’s song at Shea Stadium during the 1st Annual Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day. Laura states, “I was a pretty self centered and driven artist until my brother’s tragedy. But the Lord rerouted me and gave me a new desire to use my gifts to further His kingdom while sharing my brother’s story.”
In 2004, Laura founded Livin’ In His Love Ministries (a world outreach ministry). She began traveling the US as a worship leader and speaker. In 2009, her CD, "He's Been Faithful" was released. Her ministry continued to expand internationally and she soon became involved in mission trips where she served and lead worship in the Dominican Republic and Swaziland, leading worship for thousands of orphan children while working along side "Heart for Africa".
In 2011 God brought Laura’s ministry to a new dimension. She is now in the midst of co-writing a new project in Nashville with songwriter /producer, dove award winner, Don Koch, which will be released in 2013.
Laura has a genuine love for people that radiantly shines through her and her music. She states, “I have been called to empower and encourage all who need hope and healing in their lives.”
Currently residing in upstate New York, Laura is a worship leader at her church. She is also an avid songwriter, and continues to minister at coffeehouses, concerts, and other events.