Susannah grew up surrounded by the arts and culture of Austin, Texas. she booked her first music gig as a 16 year old at one of the most well-respected venues in Austin, Strangebrew Loungeside (sadly, now closed), and her music career has been building since. Meanwhile, her award-winning films have screened in a variety of renowned film festivals, such as SXSW, Top Shorts Film Festival, Girls Impact The World, NYC Indie Film Awards, and more.
Susannah currently studies film at the University of Texas at Austin and is working on completing a short film titled “Rite of Passage,” starring Vogue model Tess McMillan. She hopes to continue using film as a medium to promote social justice and give a voice to the unique, buried stories that shape and define humanity. However, she also pursues a meaningful career through her music.
Susannah performed several solo shows while attending high school, backed on guitar by her high school sweetheart, Brendan Whyburn. The pair just recorded two singles, both about the rollercoaster of their very own relationship, making their performances raw and real. Susannah's voice spills out effortlessly and is a complete powerhouse, but she still manages to capture the vulnerability of sometimes very personal lyrics. Susannah co-writes with her father, who brings a unique observer's perspective to her lyrics. “I Learned It For Myself” and “Lonely” are on all streaming services now.