Canadian folk singer who was tragically killed after being attacked by coyotes while hiking in Cape Breton Highlands National Park in 2009. She was considered a promising young talent whose releases to that point, including For Your Consideration, had received praise from publications like Exclaim.
She studied Musical Theatre at the Etobicoke School of the Arts and released her first EP in 2007.
Her death led to the establishment of the Taylor Mitchell Legacy Trust and a reevaluation of coyotes' threat to humans among wildlife experts.
Her mother founded the Taylor Mitchell Legacy Trust to encourage education about interaction between humans and animals.
She covered the Joan Baez song "Diamond & Rust" for the album For Your Consideration.