Steph Copeland is a Canadian screen composer and pop music writer best appreciated for her work on horror and sci-fi feature films (Antisocial 1 and 2, Let Her Out, Bed of The Dead, Ejecta, Bite) and commercials (Pan-Am Games, BOSE, National Ballet School of Canada, Mina Halal). Copeland is a classically trained vocalist and songwriter with roots at The Royal Conservatory of Music.
In March of 2016 Copeland signed with NY based publisher Memory Lane Music Group and writes for pop and EDM artists in addition to writing and producing her own material.
Born and raised in Chatham-Kent Ontario, Steph emerged as an electronic artist in Detroit and Los Angeles in the early 2000's. She toured the California coastline with fellow artists hailing from Detroit where she spent time growing as an electronic producer and became acquainted with the solo stage.
On July 1, 2015, Copeland released a full length electro/pop album 'Public Panic' which received high praise from music critics and garnered national radio play. Steph continues to write and score commercials and feature films from her home studio and is a proud member of the Screen Composers Guild of Canada.