Awarded “Best DJ of the Desert 2022 and 2023” by The Desert Sun and Coachella Valley Independent publications, as well as appearing on the cover of numerous magazines like PS: I Love You and Desert Magazine, DAP Health, Modgirl is also the spokesmodel for Modernism Week since 2019 and Revivals’ Re-Love the Pre-Loved ad campaign. She’s the curator and host of KGAY’s Sunday Tea Dance weekly mix and is celebrated for her vivacious energy, vintage fashion, killer moves, and amazing music that keeps everyone on the dance floor.
Modgirl has headlined at some of the top events like Palm Springs Pride, Halloween Palm Springs, Modernism Week, Fashion Week El Paseo, Celebrate CV and the top black tie galas. She has residencies at the Colony Club at Colony Palms Hotel, the Kimpton-Rowan, Oscar’s Tea Dance, Chill Bar, the famed Trixie Motel and Acrisure Arena where she’s played the pre-show party for Harry Styles, Paramore, Pentatonix, Heart and the CV Firebirds. She’s also the resident DJ for exclusive country clubs like The Vintage, Big Horn, Thunderbird and Tamarisk.
Growing up as a dancer with a dance studio in her house, and always being the person to start the party on the dance floor, music is her first love. She has 20 years of experience creating high production quality musical environments that move people. With an impeccable eye for detail, she brings themes to life through every aspect of the presentation: music, wardrobe, and performance. A musical chameleon, she has an innate ability to “read the crowd” and apply her vast repertoire spanning a multitude of genres, eras and vibes, while throwing in fun surprises.
Also a film, TV and live tour producer where she’s performed internationally, including The White House from 2009-2016, she has created content for PBS, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and NASA, resulting in a Telly Award, Parents’ Choice Award, Palm Springs Women in Film Broken Glass Award and a Community Leadership Award from the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition. She is also a recent recipient for Best Actress in a Professional Musical by the Desert Theater League for playing the title role of the boy who would not grow up in Peter Pan.