From her expressive music, captivating videos, and her heaping media support, Brooke proves she is a force to be reckoned with. Born and raised in small-town Warsaw, Indiana, Brooke earned a scholarship for Vocal Performance at a Private Liberal Arts College in Northern Indiana. During her time there, she performed Handel’s Messiah at Carnegie Hall in New York City and toured with the all girls group Agape for three years. Soon after, she became a principal performer at The Round Barn Theatre. This opened the door for Brooke to move to New York City where she worked as a singer and actress. Josephson landed roles on All My Children (ABC), Bones (FOX), Disney’s Enchanted, GOOD GIRLS, (NBC) and others. After settling down with her husband, TV/Film Producer, Barry Josephson and earning her Masters in Songwriting from Berklee College of Music, Brooke self-released her debut EP Live and Let Live in 2013. She then spent two years holding down the fort as a full-time mom while writing and producing tracks for her sophomore EP, Sexy N' Domesticated.
Josephson collaborated with former Geffen Records A&R exec and veteran record producer Tony Berg to produce Sexy N' Domesticated.
He enlisted an elite team of musicians who have worked with the likes of Elton John, David Bowie, Shakira, Gwen Stefani, and more to bring Josephson's song to life: drummer Matt Chamberlain, keyboardist, Patrick Warren, guitarist, Joel Shearer, Alan Hampton on bass, and Grammy-winning mixing engineer Shawn Everett. Josephson hopes her “sonic snapshot” of finding the humor in the “leggings to heels” lifestyle could empower women balancing their personal lives while working full-time. Sexy N' Domesticated is, in her own words, “for the modern day woman mastering the art of shapeshifting between wife, mom, and work.”