Rebecca Martin has been writing music since she was eight years old. Her compositions include piano solos and duets, vocal solos, choral pieces, hymns, arrangements and many children's songs. A native of Washington state, Rebecca studied piano performance, theory, technique and composition for ten years under the late Barbara Jensen of Tacoma. In 1988, Rebecca graduated in University Studies with an emphasis in English and Humanities from Brigham Young University, where she performed with the Women's Chorus. Rebecca has served as an adjudicator and music volunteer at elementary schools in her community. She has performed with, conducted and accompanied various adult, youth and children's choirs and taught private piano lessons. Rebecca loves composing and writing for youth and children, and is particularly devoted to encouraging young composers. She was honored by the Utah Composer's Guild which awarded her piano duet, Christmas Madness, Best Short Work of Contest and Best of Category in their 2001 International Composition Contest. Rebecca is a full-time mom. She and her husband Troy reside in Utah. Their four children provide her with continual creative inspiration.