„When I was 18 years old, I relocated from the prairies of Saskatchewan to congested Los Angeles. While there, I studied music and began ghostwriting for leading songwriters and artists of the pop, country, hip hop, and rock worlds.
Despite always feeling thankful to have steady work in the music industry, I felt as if a large part of my artistic freedom and general happiness were being comprised through my work as a ghostwriter. I longed to write more personal, meaningful songs and to perform them live. With that, I began writing and playing under The Hope State.
Now, living in Toronto, I’ve begun working with JUNO Award-winner Crispin Day (July Talk), and am gearing up to release my debut Skeletons LP – an introspective and intensely honest look at regret, depression, addiction, love and loss – this coming October.“