Frank oversees all operations within the organization, such as handling catalog valuations, reviewing submitted material from clients, and corresponding directly with writers, publishers, and subpublishers. He is an industry expert who has consulted on numerous articles, and often serves as a panelist and moderator at industry conferences. Despite being addicted to working out, he's also a foodie and wine connoisseur.
Renato oversees all adminstration of catalogs, copyright registration, and licensing. He interacts with clients and subpublishers, handling all types of inquiries from claim disputes to royalty distribution. Our resident troubleshooter with over 20 years of experience in the music industry, he has only been able to learn how to play the kazoo.
Kathy processes all incoming royalty data and handles all counterpoint royalty functions and inquiries regarding licenses and payments. She has a great sense of humor and a love for cocktails (that's why she's our official after work activities coordinator). (contact: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Director of Copyright and New Media
Danny handles updating of all client accounts, catalog maintenance, and review of issued licenses. He also handles counterpoint song data and CWR, in addition to corresponding with clients and labels regarding licensing and royalty matters. In his spare time he is a devoted sports elitist, and is a part of that burgeoning army of singer/trombonist/songwriters everyone has been hearing so much about.
Elinor Machado Wilcox
Elinor handles updating of all client accounts, catalog maintenance, and review of issued licenses. She also corresponds with clients and labels regarding licensing and royalty matters. Her hobbies include teaching clarinet lessons to children and knitting. When it's not too hot outside, she can often be seen wearing some of her own creations.
Ben handles updating of all client accounts, catalog maintenance, and review of issued licenses. He also corresponds with clients and labels regarding licensing and royalty matters. His custom guitar (an all white American standard Stratocaster) is called “Ninja Explosion” and depicts a glorious ninja battle. He has a degree in jazz guitar performance and has seen almost every Star Trek episode ever made.
Head of Creative
Lawson heads up the creative team and is responsible for synchronization pitching, song pitching, arranging for collaborations, and signing new artists. He hails from the UK and loves his family, good music, and Chelsea FC.
Adam scouts and develops new talent, pairs songwriters with artists, and consults with our artists throughout their creative and production processes. He is also a self-taught multi-instrumentalist and musical artist. He once plunged himself into debt travelling across the country to catch a rare, 45-minute live acoustic set from his musical hero Tom Waits.
Josh handles reviewing, tagging, and saving incoming client songs and maintaining Synchtank. He also assists Lawson with synchronization pitching, as well as communicating with clients to gather and send content. He is a frequent concertgoer and you may find him at a show in one of Brooklyn's many DIY venues.
Matt handles updating of all client accounts, catalog maintenance, and review of issued licenses. He also corresponds with clients and labels regarding licensing and royalty matters. His main hobby is drumming, and he won’t hesitate to tell you about the perfection of the 2004-2008 era of small rock bands.
Maani acts as a liaison between songwriters, managers, publishers, and record labels, and is responsible for song pitching, signing new songwriters, artists, and producers, and arranging for collaborations. He reviews all submissions of current and potential urban clients. A self-styled hip-hop entrepreneur whose creative passions led him from DJ to performing artist prior to becoming a mover and shaker in music publishing, Maani is our eyes and ears on the streets and in the studios. He’s rarely without his beloved Beats by Dre headphones, and you can probably catch a glimpse of him onstage at any of L.A's hottest hip-hop concerts.
West Coast Director
Steve corresponds with writers and publishers, and handles meetings with current and potential clients on the West Coast. If you have any psyco-analysis needs, ask him: he has a degree and years of experience.
East Coast Office
224 W 30th St # 1007
New York, NY 10001-1077
TEL: (212) 967–4300
FAX: (212) 967–3477
West Coast Office
12711 Ventura Bl., #170
Studio City, CA 91604
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