-5 octave freak vocal range; -sings like a girl; looks like a boy. Sorta. -featured vocalist for National Film Board of Canada's 'Out: Stories of Lesbian and Gay Youth', directed by David Adkin, music produced by Aaron Davis (Holly Cole Trio) -Recently featured guest vocalist with Thea Gill (Queer as Folk tv series on Showtime/Showcase) at Top of the Senator, Oct. 30 2002. -CD release of 'SERAPHYMNS' at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Nov 15th 2002. -review and profile in Oct. 31st issue of Xtra Magazine, Toronto. -video filmed for 'Come Home' (now in post-pro) -currently one of the musicians being filmed for Canadian Documentary by Paul Jamnicky. -Canadian tour for 'SERAPHYMNS' CD beginning Feb 2003. Seraphim is an independent Canadian collaborative effort featuring Toronto vocalist and songwriter Seán Mealing, along with work by Vancouver-based producer and songwriter Keith Gillard of Fidgital and Tinman, and producer and engineer John Fyssas of Fyssas.com and Yaletown Sound, also from Vancouver. The SERAPHYMNS CD was written, recorded, and produced over a period of two years and over a distance of 3000 miles between these three, with many internet and telephone hours logged within the journey between conception and completion. The intricate and evocative soundscapes crafted by Keith Gillard surround and support the powerful five octave voice of Seán Mealing, as their writing styles fold neatly together to form unique pieces of music... infusing electronic pop with classical, jazz, and soul sensibilities. The engineering finesse of John Fyssas provides the clarity and crystalline finish to each track, completing this triad of professionals with the sort of meticulous craftsmanship needed to bring each song to life.