Ryan Guldemond is a Vancouver musician whose work is best encapsulated in his band, Mother Mother, for which he sings, plays guitar, and writes for. From performing in the Juno’s Songwriters’ Circle to mentoring young artists, Ryan’s natural eloquence and off-beat perspectives are like no other. He offers audiences fascinating insights on the creative process.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Ryan Guldemond founded Vancouver indie pop/rock group Mother Mother in 2005. Helming production and songwriting duties on most of Mother Mother’s releases, in addition to his role as the band’s frontman, Guldemond’s efforts yielded the group ten Top 10 alternative pop singles to date, as well as Guldemond’s first Juno nod as the producer for the group’s fourth LP The Sticks.
Guldemond and Mother Mother’s career has continued to thrive, with their most recent album, No Culture debuting at #1 for alternative, #2 overall, and is nearing 10M streams on Spotify.
Guldemond has further honed his craft on projects by Juno Award-winning artist Hannah Georgas, alt-pop dynamos Little Destroyer, up-and-coming pop songstress FAANGS, as well as with Willa, Rykka, Rococode, and more. Guldemond has also worked in the world of advertising, writing music for national television campaigns for Kraft, Wal-Mart, Sunrype and Wireless Wave. Guldemond continues to come across opportunities to expand his repertoire, perfect his skill set, all while reaching new levels of commercial and creative achievement in the process.