June began playing piano at age 6, and over the years has added harp, hammered and lap dulcimers, guitar, and Native American flute. She enjoys performing, composing, and arranging, and  performs for a variety of venues, including weddings, receptions, festivals, churches, libraries, and schools.

Also a storyteller, she continues the tradition of the troubadours by combining stories with music to create a scene in which the audience often plays a part.

June has performed for Mississippi State University’s Conference on Oral Traditions, Nantahala Village Resort in North Carolina; the MS. Humanity Council’s 40th Anniversary Celebration; the MS. Museum Association; MS. Artist Showcase, and Double Decker Festival in Oxford, MS, as well as numerous schools, libraries, and other venues.

She is on the MS. Artist Roster and is a performer with the MS. Humanities Council’s “Luciernagas” and “Family Reading” programs, and  is a past recipient of the MS. Humanity Council’s Educator Award.

She is a member of ISFHC (International Society of Folk Harpists and Craftsmen)


June has been painting for over 30 years, and working with enamels for 15.  Se is an avid gardener, and much of her inspiration comes from the herb and flower gardens right outside her studio door.

She teaches enameling at her studio, at the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC., and has taught private classes in Chattanooga, TN.

Exhibits include:

  • “Along the Garden Path” – Memphis, TN Botanic Garden-One Person Show
  • Southeastern Blacksmith Conference Exhibit: Madison, GA
  • “Cosmic Trunk Show” – National Ornamental Metal Museum: Memphis, TN
  • Artist Gala, John C. Campbell Folk School: Brasstown, NC
  • Southern Breeze Gallery: Jackson, MS