Carly Sheppard is an emerging singer, dancer and choreographer. Descending from the Wallangamma Tribe from the Gulf of Carpentaria, Carly grew up on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, where she was exposed to the creative arts at an early age.
Growing up in a family of performing and visual artists, Carly inherited talent for both. At the age of eighteen she had her own solo exhibition at Cube 37, Frankston Arts Centre’s gallery space. However she found herself drawn heavily towards the performing arts. In her late teens she fronted the progressive rock band Incision for three years and then went on to pursue her career in dance.
An emerging dancer and choreographer, Carly is now keeping her vocal chords warm as a soprano the Skin Choir. Contributing to the choir with her songwriting and vocal ideas. Carly also has a 4 year old, Asha, who is an active member of the Skin Choir and learning to sing like her mum.