A DJ for 5 years Teja Palace solidified her craft of creating atmospheres and fun vibes doing sets at some of Queensland's most prestigious events such as Mercedes Benz Food Month at South Bank, the Jeep Millions race day on the Gold Coast and a plethora of fashion events such as Myer and David Jones VIP nights and Cotton On's 10th Birthday.

With a history of quickly growing out of her creative boots and wanting to add more of her unique signature to her shows, she then focused soley on learning music production and recording. 

Teja's new incarnation as an artist rather than DJ shows she definitely found her voice and a way to create more connection with her audience.  

In 2019 Teja debuted her show to a sold out Brisbane Fashion Runway at St John’s Cathedral and again in 2020 for a Gold Coast based charity.

The new show included performing while painting on a large 12ft canvas, smearing paint all over the canvas and herself - something she hadn't seen done before. 

Debut single Listen published in 2021 is an acknowledgement to sitting in circle with elders learning about the traditional ways of Australia. 

Her most recent show launched in 2021 coined The Free Expression Session had participants in tears with how much they were moved by the experience. 

Working in Bollywood as a dancer, model, and actress, meditating during an 8 month stint in India and an event she launched called Sunrise Boogie (a sober rave at sunrise) are some of the biggest influences for her new show which is solely aimed to inspire audiences into freedom. 

It seems the time spent to hone her craft is paying off with participants from her most recent Free Expression Session claiming her creation was: "high class", "powerful", "it helped me let go of my perfectionistic ways", "helped me to forgive myself", helped me to connect to my body more" and with a voice that participants mentioned was "haunting", "absolutely stunning", "I could listen for hours" and "I did not want you to stop" - and the fun and uplifting vibes created - we don't want her to stop either.