Did you always know that you wanted to pursue music professionally?
I have been singing my whole life. I learned to play guitar in high school and was writing songs in college. In 2013, when I was in Greenville, South Carolina my friends encouraged me to play my songs out. I connected with a producer, John Briglevich, in Atlanta and in 2013 and 2014 we recorded some singles. It was my first time in a studio and John really taught me so much. I realized that I still had a lot to learn and being in Nashville, around such incredibly talented musicians, took my writing to the next level.
Was your music always country-leaning?
When I started, it had more of a folk sound. I grew up listening to bands like the Indigo Girls and Jewel. As I began recording and adding instruments, my songs developed into a country sound I liked.