Heidi grew up in Windsor Ontario in Canada, which is just across the border from Detroit, Michigan. Coming from a family of music lovers, the house was always filled with a variety of classic rock, blues and folk throughout her childhood. Originally an indie kid, she started traveling to gigs in Detroit as soon as she could. The music scenes of the Motor City and Chicago left a deep impression on Heidi and her record collection. Influenced by her electronic producing friends in Windsor, Heidi gradually developed a love for techno and house music.
After spending a year in England in 1997 her eyes were opened even wider to the joys of underground dance music, which prompted a full move to London in 2000 to immerse herself in the music scene, clubbing every weekend and hanging out in record shops. In 2002 Heidi got a job working at the now defunct Koobla records, and in 2003 was part of the team that opened up London's foremost record shop, Phonica. Through her work she gained invaluable experience of the scene and underground culture. her excellent DJ and artist contacts soon led her from vinyl fanatic to budding DJ. She'd been putting together sets for many of the countries top DJs, so it was a natural progression for her.
In 2004 she met Patrick Bodmer and Phillip Jung otherwise know as the German electronic duo M.A.N.D.Y. They became great friends and eventually she was signed into the Get Pysical family, which led to her permanent move to Berlin in 2008, where she still happily resides.
In 2009, besides an international touring schedule at the worlds best clubs, Heidi is now very proud to host a monthly show on the UK's infamous Radio 1, playing the latest in booty-shaking house and techno, featuring interviews with the artists she most reveres. She is a hard working DJ who loves her job and wouldn't change anything for the world. Keep a close eye on this lady. More good things are to come from her. Her energy behind the decks and her style of DJing is infectious. It's hard to stand still when she's in control and if you have been to see her play you will understand.