In 2013 after playing guitar for more than half his life, Guyy took to the road with a guitar, a van full of effects pedals, inspiration and hunger for the world of music. As a young musician his deft guitar work and performances found him a place in the gigging world and he soon found himself on festival stages around Australia. Anyone present at one of Guyy’s gigs will know of his keen interest in effects pedals and drawing more out of the guitar than most. Guyy went on to win the Australian Busking Championships 2 years running, also winning a MAMA award for his debut EP.
Guyy teamed up with violinist, Amelia Gibson to form the Folk-Rock and instrumental duo, Guyy & the Fox in 2014. The duo toured and performed in Australia and overseas to South Africa and the Middle East as well as performing at the number of festivals including the Woodford Folk Festival, National Folk Festival and headlining at the White Mountain festival.
In 2015 Guyy found a passion for audio production and engineering – diving into recording his own projects for a number of years before building a studio in Canberra with his audio engineer brother, Adam. Guyy has since worked with a number of touring artists and has found his feet as a producer and mix engineer. Teaming up with his Adam, the brothers offer recording, producing and mixing services through Amberly Studios.