I grew up in a small town outside of Boston called Sudbury Massachusetts. Starting with theater and singing as a kid, I quickly realized music is what I loved. After watching a video on how Avicii makes music, I knew I wanted to get into music production. I got Logic Pro and started on keys and writing my own songs. Growing up my mother, Jeanne Rosier Smith, became a world-renowned pastel artist, so there was always an appreciation of the arts in my house. Which made my decision to go to Berklee College of Music much easier. While studying music in Boston, I got obsessed with music theory, musicianship, and the art of making music, which still informs the music I make today. After years of making music in my bedroom, I started sending out demos to anyone who would listen. I quickly met a ton of friends in the industry, including other artists, DJs, producers, songwriters, etc. After graduating from Berklee, I knew I had to move to LA. I have been living and working here for the past two years. Most of my work includes writing and producing for artists of all kinds, from EDM to pop to R&B and even indie rock/funk music. My inspirations come from a ton of sources. Growing up on R&B and soul music, I have always had a deep interest in vocal harmony and technique. As well as the feeling and pocket of neo-soul and gospel artists, like D'Angelo or Kirk Franklin. After discovering Avicii, I spent most of high school listening to electronic music and watching broadcasted DJ sets from my bedroom. Looking up to people like Skrillex, Diplo, Lido, SMLE, Swedish House Mafia, Flume, etc. I’ve been writing and working on music for almost a decade. I've written hundreds of songs and produced hundreds of beats, but 2022 will be the first year I release MY music. My music is for anyone who lives for a deep pocket, tight harmony, and song-driven writing.