Singer and Filmmaker Shows Off Her Vocal Range in “Time Heals All Wounds”

HOLLYWOOD HILLS, CA – After winning her high-profile legal battle last year, Seraphim Ward has been able to finally focus on her true passion… music. In June of 2014, on Friday the 13th, Seraphim finally released her highly-anticipated album, “Time Heals All Wounds”. The lead single, “What’s the Color of Love (Beautiful Creature)” was the first to be released and fans have been raving of all the raw intensity and passion that Seraphim delivered in the songs intense lyrics.

Ward is known throughout Hollywood for her poetic lyrics, hard-rock edge, and colorful style. Born of Creole heritage and raised in the Southeast, Seraphim struggled as a child to overcome a stutter that, for a time, caused her to withdraw from society. She found an outlet for her rich imagination in books and she delved into literature and began composing her own music in her early teens. Her love for art, performance, and music seemed to hit a ceiling until, at age 15, Sshe made the move to Hollywood, CA. Her unique look immediately caught the eye of a talent manager who helped start her career and she booked modeling campaigns for Kraft, Foot Locker, Macy’s, and J-Crew. This initial work led her to the runway as a model for high-end designers and boutiques in Beverly Hills.

While studying film, she began exploring the Los Angeles music scene and was encouraged to record her own material. Seraphim’s creative dreams were fully realized with the release of her debut album, “Mute Malevolence”. Adding “actress” to her ever-growing resume, Seraphim starred as “Rachel” alongside award-winning actress Bai Ling (The Crow, Red Corner, Wild Wild West) in the 2013 feature film Speed Dragon. Two hot songs off her new album, “Rebel” and “Bad Behavior” were featured on the soundtrack.

She is currently filming her first original feature film, Angel One Eye, for which she served as writer, cinematographer and director. Ward produces new music and music videos through her own label and production company, Sin Icon Productions.

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