Verity is a South African singer/songwriter & speaker with a difference. She wrote her first song while studying psychology and only after a 800km solo walk across Spain in memory of her father did she commit to music full time. Since taking the step to follow her dream, she has won The Catch A Rising Star competition in Florida; been awarded a US working visa as an artist of outstanding ability; performed to capacity audiences in Nashville & New York; established herself as a nationally know SA artist with a distinctively African yet universally appealing sound; become an ambassador for women empowerment; been internationally recognized for innovation in the music industry and become an inspirational speaker both nationally and abroad.

She is best known for her innovative album project where she invited people to 'buy an album that didn't exist'. Her business model has been applauded around the world for innovation and making a difference with 10.6% of every album sold was split between two charities – POWA (People Opposing Woman Abuse) & her Live Your Dreams Foundation. In a world first, Verity sold over 2000 copies in 25 countries before going into studio and was able pay over R30000 to the two charities. The album, named “Journey” by her fans, was recorded by award winning producers Paul McIver & Brian O'Shea and released in July 2008 having made South African music history.

Her story ultimated captured South Africa's heart and has been shared on Carte Blanche, Journey to the Core and The Power Within as an inspiring example of what is possible when we dare to follow a dream. Her journey of challenging music industry norms and proving that it is possible to create something out of nothing, has resulted in her being a sought after speaker on innovation - not just on thinking out of the box but acting outside it too. Her business model has been taken on by the WITS Business School as a case study on viral marketing for their MBA students, and has also been featured in a HSBC booklet on "100 Great Business Ideas" distributed in The Times newspaper (UK) to thousands of readers. Her story takes audiences on her journey of finding a creative solution to a problem and she shares the lessons learned along the way, not only through her story, but also with songs from the album that has inspired thousands of people about what it possible for them.