Scottish-born Australian singer who rocketed to fame in 2014 competing on the first season of Australia's The Voice Kids. He then went on to become a presenter for the show and for the touring concerts.
His audition song for The Voice Kids, Train's "Hey Soul Sister", earned more than 10 million views on YouTube after it was posted.
He has done a number of live performances around Australia for Channel Nine's Carols by Candlelight.
Born in Scotland, he moved to Perth, Australia in 2013. He has a younger sister.
On the inaugural season of The Voice Kids Australia, he competed against winner Alexa Curtis.