Canadian based acoustic pop singer songwriter, writes and performs in styles of Julia Michaels and Ed Sheeran. 2016, she was featured (her band) in a national competition, their song (FOOL) a bonus track on CMT Chevy Top 20. Career highlights include opening the same stage as Kacey Musgraves and Willie Nelson at Rockin’ River Fest. Her single, "Moments in the Mountains", written for Kamloops’ 2018 BC Winter Games, caught the interest of tourism and television and has 300k streams on Spotify. Her latest single, "Thank You" launched to national Canadian radio fall 2018 landing at #76 on Hot AC charts. Recent highlights include opening for Tyler Shaw and Scott Helman and being selected as a CBC Music’s 2019 Searchlight top 10 artist. Highlighting acoustic roots, her debut album, BLUE, just released.
Zach's artistic stirrings began when he was mentored as a child by his good friend and relative, Tomas Braithwaite. Tomas encouraged a focus on composition and lighting. Later on, Zach worked with Ralph Galloway, painting wildlife and landscapes, with a focus on both atmospheric and linear perspective. He attended Emily Carr University for three years in the General Studies program. Zachary's painting style is heavily influenced by Richard Schmid, Robert Bateman, and Casey Baugh. Zach now works almost exclusively in oils, and his subject matter tends to focus on extremely emotional periods, either aggressive, violent, and dark or tender, intimate moments