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July 25, 2016Time: 3:00PM - 5:30PM
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ADAM EHRLICH is a musician, songwriter, producer and music executive at Paramount Pictures for the past 8 years. Previous to Paramount Adam wrote and produced music for hit shows and commercials for HBO, MTV, Nickelodeon and many other networks. On his free time he created an App called “Sing and Send” that enables kids to sing and record songs which can then be shared on social media and has had millions of downloads worldwide. Adam co-wrote a song with Ole’s recording artist Haley Reinhart called “Bad Light” on her record Better that debuted on iTunes at #4. A few of Paramount’s upcoming films include Jack Reacher 2, XXX: Return of Xander Cage, Baywatch, Fences and Story of Your Life.
STEPHEN STALLINGS is a music supervisor/producer at mcgarrybowen New York, where he's been since graduating from the Music Business program at Belmont University. In his time at mb, he's worked on campaigns for Verizon, Chase Bank, Chevron, United Airlines, Burger King, Marriott, and more.
AMANDA KRIEG THOMAS has music supervised a wide variety of projects, most recently bringing her experience to the stellar team at Neophonic. Recent work includes critically acclaimed series The Americans (FX), American Crime Story: The People v.s. O.J. Simpson (FX), American Horror Story (FX) and Scream Queens (FX), as well as indie features Billy Boy (starring Blake Jenner and Melissa Benoist) and Girl Flu (starring Katee Sackhoff and Jeremy Sisto). Amanda began her career in the music department at Lionsgate, before moving to Reveille (now Endemol Shine North America) followed by Format Entertainment, where she served as Music Coordinator on projects such as Pitch Perfect 1 and 2 (Gold Circle Films/Universal), Beyond The Lights (Relativity) and ABC comedy, Trophy Wife. Prior music supervision credits include Grace Stirs Up Success (American Girl/Mattel), performance competition show Fake Off (truTV), documentaries Operation Popcorn, Off The Floor, and Going Attractions, and indie comedies, The Back-Up Bride and June, Adrift.
MADONNA WADE-REED is a music supervisor and owner of whoopsie daisy. She is currently supervising the ABC series “American Crime,” the CW series “Reign,” and the MTV series “The Shannara Chronicles.” Her credits for television include work on such shows as “Ascension,” ”Do No Harm,” “Jane By Design,” “Blue Mountain State,” “Smallville,” “Castle,” “What About Brian,” “Barbershop,” “One Tree Hill,” “Alias” and “Felicity.” Her film credits include “Lovesick,” “A Thousand Words,” two “Fred” films, “The Perfect Score” and “My Boss’s Daughter.” Prior to her career in music supervision, Madonna honed her skills (herding kittens, opening mail, writing about herself in the third person) while working in feature films, commercials and assisting a well-known actor. A lifelong love of music lead to a career move into music video production (finding the right visuals to match the songs) and eventually flipping the process to work in music supervision (finding the right songs to match the visuals).
DANIEL KUYPERS is a music industry veteran who has been producing music for brands for the past 6 years. Prior to joining Energy BBDO to start and run the music department, he was at Music Dealers, where he spent 5 years producing music for myriad brands and devising new and interesting ways to partner with artists in music centric campaigns. Starting as a musician, and establishing EV Productions & EV Records, an umbrella of Chicago’s most well respected indie labels, distribution companies and recording studios, Daniel released over 100 records across three labels and toured the globe as a DJ and performer. As the head of music at Energy BBDO Daniel works with internal teams and clients to use music in new, innovative ways while creating value for both the artist and the client. Daniel’s duties include music supervision, music strategy, partnerships, licensing, negotiation, editing, writing and final music production for a varied roster of clients including PepsiCo, Bud Light, Wrigley, Bayer, SC Johnson and more.
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