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• Meet Autumn
Autumn Driscoll co-authored “Have You Seen My Lamb”, a children’s Christmas book and original Christmas story (released: Fall, 2020). She also co-wrote and recorded the Have You Seen My Lamb singalong, partnering with Nashville producer Britton Cameron. The Have You Seen My Lamb singalong track is available on iTunes as of Fall, 2020.
Autumn has been singing, writing, and performing on stage and camera since her youth. She has collaborated with numerous artists and music professionals in Nashville and throughout the Midwest U.S. She continues to sing and perform in her spare time, as well as write and record in the Midwest and Nashville.
She studies network and security administration as well as computer forensics at university, while working in cyber within the financial sector.
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About Telltale Arts
TELLTALE ARTS was commissioned to spread whimsy, joy, and inspiration via creative works. Telltale Arts was founded by father-daughter writing duo, Autumn Driscoll and Brian Driscoll. Find out more on the “About” page.
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Brian Driscoll co-authored “Have You Seen My Lamb”, a children’s Christmas book and original Christmas story (released: Fall, 2020). He also composed and co-wrote the Have You Seen My Lamb singalong and partnered with Nashville producer Britton Cameron for production and mastering. The Have You Seen My Lamb singalong track is available on iTunes as of Fall, 2020.
Brian spent decades in network security, data center management and design. As a life-balance to engineering and technology he explored tech-compatible hobbies such as studio recording/editing, music production, musicianship, songwriting, and composing.
Brian raised his three children in the upper Midwest of the U.S. with his lovely wife of 21 years. He plans to continue working in cyber and technology, balanced with creative endeavors for as long as he is able.
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