Since meeting in 1993, they have collaborated on 15 albums – Light of Refinement (Anael, 1998), Unconditional (Anael, 1998), Language of the Soul (Anael, 2000), – and one philosophical overview DVD, dual-disk packaged with favorite singles from her first 5 years on CD – Greatest Gifts (Anael, 2003) for the New Age genre, Spiritual Beings on a Human Journey (Anael, 2004), Once Upon a Dream (Anael, 2005), Buddha Spirit (Anael, 2006), Buddha Spirit 2 (Anael 2007), Light & Love (Anael, 2007), Greatest Gifts 2 (Anael, 2007), Buddha Spirit 3 (Anael 2009), Anael ses plus belles chansons (Anael 2013). En plus de trois livres audio : Lumière et Amour (Anael 2008), Se Reconnecté à notre Divinité (Anael 2011), Poésie en Lumière (Anael 2012).
Bradfield has his own creations as well and relentlessly to this day, continues to create amazing music for the world : Harmony in the Chaos (1995) and two piano instrumental albums – Virtue (2001) and St. Peter’s Gate (2004), Within our Reach (featuring Anael 2005), Sacred Signs (featuring Anael 2006), Exhilara (featuring Anael 2006), Sacred Signs (featuring Anael, Spring 2009), Exhilara (featuring Anael, Spring 2009), Heart of Buddha (featuring Anael 2010) Sacred Signs 2 (2010), Becoming (2011), Healing energy (2013), Healing Energy 2 (2013), Heart of Mary (2014), Mantra Spirit (2015), Heart of Gaia (featuring Anael 2016). For a total of 33 recording projects between them, spanning the past 21 years, show their prolific work and passion for their cause.
Beginning with the 1997 release of her own Light of Refinement, Anael has experienced a slow yet steady climb into the public awareness. Each of her first three albums garnered significant airplay on New Age radio throughout the world, reaching the top 20 in the now defunct trade publication New Age Voice (Atlanta, GA). Her third release, Language of the Soul, was a finalist for the 2000 New Age vocal album of the year in the same publication. In the words of Carl McColman of New Age Voice, “It’s tempting on several levels to compare Anael to Enya, from the similarity of their names, to the ethereal artwork of packaging design, to similar atmospheric grandeur in the music and vocals, but in the end, that would be a disservice, for Anael is far more than a mere knock-off.”