Suzy Shinn is a two time GRAMMY-nominated recording engineer, songwriter and producer. She began playing guitar and singing at age seven in her hometown of Wichita, KS and promptly fell in love with writing and recording her own songs. Growing through phases of musical influence ranging from the Beach Boys to Blink 182, at age seventeen Suzy attended Berklee College of Music in Boston. After two years, she moved to Los Angeles to intern at a commercial recording studio, working alongside producers Sam Hollander, Dave Katz and No ID.  She has since gone on to collaborate professionally with producers such as Jake Sinclair, Diplo, Doc Mckinney, and Butch Walker. Quickly making her mark in the industry, she has worked with acclaimed and chart dominating artists such as Katy Perry, Fall Out Boy, Lea Michele, 5 Seconds of Summer, Dua Lipa and Sia and has garnered two GRAMMY nominations, for her work with Panic! at the Disco and Weezer.

Suzy has composed with and been an additional producer and vocalist on albums by Train, Solidisco, Ghost, Panic! at the Disco and more and in 2017 she was nominated for three ARIA awards including Song of the Year (as a songwriter/producer) for her work with Illy and Ann-Marie, taking home the award for Urban Song of the Year. 

Her work as a composer and producer has been featured in numerous television shows and films, including Shameless, Vanderpump Rules, Bones, The Voice, Ellen, The Tonight Show, Kevin Can Wait, the film I Feel Pretty and more. Suzy also fronts the pop/rock bands Jinxes, 1985 and Sweyd and lives in Los Angeles with her dog Jack, who never misses a session in her Echo Park studio.