Amy completed an Arts degree at Wilfrid Laurier University majoring in Psychology with a minor in Religion and Culture. While at Laurier she began showcasing as a singer-songwriter at local open mics, and now works professionally as a folk-pop musician. She has played at festivals such as SummerFolk (Owen Sound), NXNE (Toronto), Canadian Music Week (Toronto), and the Beaches Jazz Festival (Toronto), and has also toured across Canada as both a solo artist, as well as the front woman to the band “The Humble Divines”. In 2014 she was mentored by Amanda Walther of folk duo “Dala” and has played alongside musicians such as Fred Penner, Laura Smith, and Nathan Rogers. Amy released her first studio album “Call Me the Wind” in 2013, which was produced by Dalton Tennant (Drake), and now lives in Calgary, Alberta.