Tiger has been compared to Norah Jones, and Regina Spektor among others, but her sound is completely her own. Her musical influences
include Imogen Heap, Danny Elfman, Bon Iver, U2, Jason Mraz, Jamie Cullum and Katy Perry. The Kessler Theater in Oak Cliff,
TX has referred to her as a “prodigy” and a “phenom”. Good Morning
2011 graduate of the prestigious Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in
Growing up on film sets, as an actress, Tiger has appeared in more than a dozen films including Robert Rodriguez’ Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams, Spy Kids3-D: Game Over, Spy Kids 4, and Shark Boy and Lava Girl. Most recently, Tiger was employed at Troublemaker Studios as a crew member. While working on post-production of the feature film, MACHETE, Rodriguez selected three of her compositions for use in the score of the film. Following post-production on MACHETE, Tiger returned to TMS to work on the production of Spy Kids 4 as a crewmember for that film.
Recent accolades include the John Lennon Songwriting Finalist Award for "Sunshine Song", the 2010 Discus Award, two National Downbeat
Music Award for Studio Engineering. And the music video for her original song, “The Writer”, which she directed, produced and shot
was an official selection of the 2010 Foursite Film Festival in
With Cary Pierce of the band, Jackopierce, Tiger, co-wrote
the song “Only A Year” and Cary served as producer on the recording. Tiger has appeared with Jackopierce, in
The Born Free Foundation, dedicated to wildlife preservation, adopted Tiger’s song “Beautiful Release” to benefit the foundation; the song is linked to the foundation’s website and all downloads benefit the organization. Other songs, including those from her 2008 self-titled debut CD, “Tiger Darrow”, have been featured on Internet radio stations such as KGRL radio, and included in several independent films.