Jenni Alpert (birth name: Cameron / Cami) Singer-songwriter, guitarist, pianist, and founder of Fine Arts Revolution Inc a non profit that fosters Creative Arts Wellness Programs and Advocacy Mediation Services for unhoused communities, was born in Los Angeles, CA and adopted out of the foster care system at the age of four. She started to sing and play music while staying in various foster homes. With the encouragement and support of her adoptive family, she learned to play the guitar and began writing and recording songs early. With her honest rich songwriting and soothing musical melodies, songstress Jenni Alpert’s haunting, powerful, and sultry voice has gained the respect of fans and music tastemakers worldwide (AOL music). Her emotionally driven songs weaves a unique web of eclectic Soul-Americana Pop. As familiar with jazz and Americana as she is pop, Alpert graduated from UCLA from the Ethnomusicology Department in Jazz Vocal Studies after completing a four-year jazz program headed by Kenny Burrell. No stranger to the recording studio, Alpert has released 8 albums, partnered up with Steve Greenberg from S-Curve Records for her most recent Live in the Studio release Until Then featuring renowned guitarist Guthrie Trapp, and has independently toured over 14 countries with regularity.

Years later, Jenni went searching for her biological father with the help of a private investigator after being separated by the legal system for thirty years, finally finding him homeless, addicted, and running from the law at the time, yet unbeknownst to her a musician just like her. In their profound partnership of five years, ultimately she guides him out of the legal system and off the streets becoming his advocate and shadow, sustaining stability and social services support finally adopting him into her life cultivating an inspiring transformation from vagrant to volunteer with the music they share in their extraordinary partnership founded on unconditional love. Meeting and reuniting with her birth father when he was homeless and creatively assisting him with unique creative solution solving approaches tailored specially for Don, inspiring him with transitioning off the streets and into a life of security with her in their shared love for music with community service as the platform to share their story and songs was the pivotal moment that expanded the trajectory of her music career onto the path of becoming a creative wellness service provider for those experiencing homelessness and those in transition in the world of non profits. 

Upon discovering their reunion story a film team decided to make a short documentary entitled Homeless: the Soundtrack directed by Oscar-nominated, Peabody and Emmy Award winning documentary film director Irene Taylor Brodsky, produced by Steve and Paula Mae Schwartz about the early stages that unfold the journey of their biological reunion capturing the unique bond they share highlighting details of their transformative journey in partnership.  The two traveled, spoke, and performed to share their biological reunion adventures and creative approaches towards transformation in story and song together as Performing Artists in Community Service at Rescue Missions, Homeless Shelters, for various non profits, and in local venues around the country alongside supporting the making of the short documentary and self penned memoir: Home is Where the Heart is An Adoption and Biological Reunion Story under the name Cami and Don, The Biological Duo until his passing. 

Since then, in her birth father Don's honor, Jenni Alpert (Cami) founded Fine Arts Revolution Inc a non profit organization that designs music and arts wellness programs for unhoused communities and those in transition that focuses on creative solution solving through facilitating creative wellness programs and approaches, implementing them in shelters, tiny homes, centers, food banks, and encampments, to assist in transiting towards a life of stability and permanency. She currently continues to support a range of non profits where they started: Hope the Mission (formerly Hope of the Valley), Hollywood Food Co, LA Poverty Department and the Skid Row History Museum and Archive, My Dog is My Home, as well as with adoption, foster care, and the biological reunion support organization and groups: Celia Center, AKA, NAA, NACP, CUB, 5 Acres, Hillsides, as keynote speaker, performer, creative arts wellness instructor and an in the field mediator, advocate, and shadow in support of transformation, education, and healing.

Fine Arts Revolution Inc is a 501c3 creative wellness service provider who’s mission is use the transformative power of music, art, and other innovative hands on creative approaches to improve the emotional and social well being of individuals experiencing homelessness and those in transition established in honor of Don Logsdon. What we do: We provide Art of Xpression music arts wellness workshops, programs, and creative wellness services for those experiencing homelessness and those in transition of all ages to craft safe spaces with creative activities to manage and express emotional, social, and life skills through interactive and experiential experiences in order to build and strengthen each individual as well as assimilate those in transition back into the community. Of the many phases and stages of transitioning towards transformative assimilation, in providing music arts wellness programs and creative wellness services for those experiencing homelessness and those in transition during the early stages of self discovery, social skill strengthening, and identity building, we uniquely offer a first step; 

Initiative: Create a peaceful today to facilitate a better tomorrow with creative wellness programs and advocacy services for any individual experiencing homelessness or in transition through music arts wellness programs and creative wellness approaches and services such as shadow companions and mediation as assistive tools to reinstate a sense of center resulting in redirecting towards positivity in the moment and the practice thereof to assist with assimilating people in transition of any age back into the community in positive and productive ways with creative music, arts crafting, and companion advocacy to give and integrate back as part of society to help align in the steps of obtaining social and mental health services, job training, and housing strategies. Interactive: Creative Arts Instructors provide expressionistic opportunities for Adults & Seniors  (all ages welcome) in the form of Music and Poetry Open Mics, Fine Art Painting and Craft Workshops, Creative Writing and Storytelling for Village Voices by the Unhoused Newsletter, and Cami’s Coffee Anything Talks Wellness Support Groups, Wellness Outings, Additional Service: Wellness Advocacy Shadow Companion and Mediator | After School & Summer Creative Arts Programs for Youth: Creative arts wellness instructors offer Music, Art, Theatre and Dance workshops after school and throughout the summer for youth of all ages at family shelters, youth centers, and foster group homes. Experiential: Soundscapes of Hope Wellness Musicians provide live music during mealtimes and wait times to create a calm and to lower stresses. History: FARev programs and services founded by singer songwriter Jenni Alpert (aka birth name Cami), was developed in honor of her birth father Don, created after finding him while he was living on the streets, reuniting with and him volunteering and performing together, and his transformative impact in their partnership. FOR MORE on FARev click: PROGRAMS | HISTORY. Read More