Robyn

As Null Paradox continues to evolve and grow, we’re reminded about how fortunate we are and have been to work with a group of talented artists from a variety of fields.

All of us in Null Paradox have personally faced the Love or Destiny question that we posed as the premise for our entire project:  If you absolutely had to choose between Love or Destiny, which would you choose?  The very meaning of love and destiny is different for each of us and can change over time.  It’s part of what makes us human.

“Change is difficult.  Their dreaded fear, it’s so clear” is a key lyric from our song “Black & White.”  As we embark on the journey of our second book, music album, and live tour, it’s with difficulty and sadness that we announce Robyn Christine has decided to step down from her performer role in Null Paradox.  We love her and support her in her decision to transition into other roles within the Null Paradox family and in other endeavors.  She’s a wonderful person and her legacy will live on as part of our recording at Peter Gabriel’s studio in England, our videos, and photographs.

Robyn Christine, with Null Paradox Live at the Lexington Village Theatre.  Photo by Jeff Riehl.  Hair & MUA by Brandie Brancheau.

Robyn Christine, with Null Paradox Live at the Lexington Village Theatre. Photo by Jeff Riehl. Hair & MUA by Brandie Brancheau.

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