John graduated from Berry College in Rome, Georgia where he received his B.A. in Musical Theatre in 2010. While in school, not only was John studying music, he was also a pitcher for the baseball team. Vocally, he was classically trained under Ruth Baker.
Shortly after graduating from Berry College, John joined the chorus at the Atlanta Opera where he sang first tenor and continued to learn from the chorus master, Walter Huff. While at the Atlanta Opera, John sang in La Traviata, L'italiana in Algeri, Tosca, Faust, Il Barbiere Di Siviglia, Rigoletto, Le Nozze Di Figaro, La Bohème, Pirates of Penzance, and Romèo et Juliette. John also has been featured in Atlanta as a lead vocalist at Stone Mountain Park and the Earl Smith Strand Theatre.
Not only does John love music but film as well. During La Bohème, John landed his first lead role in the independent film The King of Bloody Fookin' Britain directed by Derek Evans and Julio Barriga. Currently, John is in New York studying voice with Andrew Drost.