Olivia Dyer is a songwriter, worship leader and visual artist living in Norfolk, Virginia. She debuted her acoustic full-length album, "The Threshing Floor" in 2011, and in 2014 she released a single, "We Fell in Love". She currently focuses on solo and collaborative projects with local songwriting communities in Virginia. In January 2017, she released her second full-length album, "Time & Age", inspired by the concept of leaving childhood behind to embrace the bittersweet transition of entering adulthood.
"Live in Boone" EP, released in September 2018, is an acoustic collection of songs (featured on Time & Age) performed live with her brother Josh Morgan in the Appalachian mountains of Boone, North Carolina.
Apart from solo endeavors, you can find Olivia featured on collaborative projects such as Burn 24/7's "Incense Rise" (2011), Big House Worship's "Hallelujah" (2012) and "Road Less Traveled" (2014). She's also been a part of projects with Adam Cates ("Nights at the Big House, Vol. 1 and 2", 2008, 2010) and Bethel Music artist Sean Feucht ("Messengers", 2014).
When she's not making music, Olivia is managing her online store (Bellwether Ink & Textiles), selling hand-crafted textile art, prints and paintings.