Music has taken my life and made it into something I never would have dreamed; Except I dreamed about it a lot. I grew up in Southern Vermont, on our family dairy farm, where I learned how to work and saw first hand, my father’s passion. I started singing at a young age to pass the time while I worked, and the song never stopped, and somewhere between the farm and college, I picked up a guitar.
Fast forward to 2015, came a beautiful and devastating drug-fueled relationship which led me to understand better, the other side of the disease. And then 2017, which changed my entire outlook on life, I fell face-first into my music, after losing my best friend to a drug overdose, and I began writing. In late 2018, with a fire to help others who struggled with addiction, I moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue my career as a singer/songwriter. Today, my heart continues to fill with the stories of loss and hope and love all across our country, as I travel to sing my story, as well as the stories of those who can’t.