La Fleur is not easily put in a box. She‘s the dancer turned DJ, the pharmacist turned remixer, the music-lover turned music-maker. Sanna La Fleur Engdahl’s life-long love of music and movement started at an early age, with eight years of training as a dancer in her native Örebro, Sweden. Electronic music captured her imagination, but she set out on a different vocational path, graduating with a Masters degree in Pharmacy in 2004. However the call of music proved much too strong, and La Fleur began DJing in Stockholm soon after she graduated. With a commitment to the craft and an expert selector's ear the Swedish DJ rose through the ranks of the Stockholm club scene, landing residencies with key players on the scene. 2006 La Fleur joined forces with Adeline Supreme to form DJ duo and club night Housewives. By 2007 La Fleur was ranked at number 6 in Sweden's Top 100 DJ’s list; the following year she was nominated as "Best DJ” at the Scandinavian Music Convention and began hosting the electronic dance music show 'P3 Dans', on Swedish National Radio which is the most high profile program of its type in Scandinavia. Success in Sweden, and a steady stream of bookings in Europe and further abroad allowed La Fleur to focus fulltime on her DJ profession, but by 2007 her focus has shifted towards her own solo productions, leading her to relocate from Stockholm to Berlin at the end of that year. La Fleur took her first forays into the studio in 2008, with her remix of David Ekenbäck’s "Nairu" on Trunkfunk Records, followed in 2009 by Housewives' remix for Swedish biggest rock band band Kent, and December 2009 saw the production debut of Housewives with the Dirty Dancing 12" on Kinetika Records, featuring a remix from Jake The Rapper. May 2010 marked a new chapter for La Fleur with her highly anticipated release of her solo debut Flowerhead EP, and the launch of her label Power Plant. Also in May she released Veris EP on dutch label Melomane including a remix from Alexi Delano. In December 2010 La Fleur remixed Stuffa's 'Proof' released on Trunkfunk Records. With Flowerhead being re-released and remixed by Spencer Parker at Word & Sound's new imprint What People Play in February, La Fleur is an artist to watch in 2011.