A bassoonist by nature Eryn gravitates toward education and pedagogy of double reeds. As a performer, Eryn began her solo bassoon career at the age of seventeen performing with the Oregon Symphony. In 2004, she graduated with honors from Indiana University, receiving her masters and undergraduate degrees in bassoon performance with a minor in early music.
Since then Eryn has performed with orchestras and chamber music groups throughout Europe, Mexico, the US and Canada. Currently she performs regularly with the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra, Gadsden Symphony Orchestra and Alabama Symphony Orchestra. As an artist, she believes in the importance of new music and has commissioned new works including the recent work Bassooze for bassoon and string bass by Robert Aldridge.
As an educator she has served as faculty at Indiana University, Snow College and currently at Jacksonville State University. Eryn maintains an active double reed studio of 23 students, serves as coach for Etowah Youth Orchestra's Endangered Instruments and the Red Brick Collective Woodwind Quintet.