All About Music 2015 Supervisors
Naaman Snell with Aspect Ratio
Jessica Beck with Tiny Hero
Jessica Ruoti with Open Road Entertainment
Lindsay Fellows with CBS EcoMedia and The Weinstein Company
Rebecca Rienks with E! Entertainment / NBCUniversal
Tricia Holloway with ABC Family
Marianne Goode with All Media Music Group
Rochelle Holguin with MTV Networks
Johnny Katovsich with MTV Networks
Daniel Kuypers with Energy BBDO
Over the last 15 years, All About Music has hosted Music Supervisors and artists who represent, but are not limited to, ABC Family, FOX, NBC, Lifetime, E!, Spike, Leo Burnett, DDB Chicago, Wool & Tusk, advertising agencies, major motion picture studios, and major, as well as, independent recording artists.
Music Supervisor Alumni include: Samuel Diaz, Eric David Johnson (aka DJ Bunny Ears), Jonathan Hecht, Season Kent, Sanaz Lavaedian, Kier Lehman, Gabe McDonough, Chris Clark, Joe Rudge, Chris Restivo, Kate Urcioli, Aaron Mercer, Marisa Wasser, Colin Beswick, Tony Von Pervieux, Todd Porter, Chuck Bein, Rebecca Rienks, Libby Umstead, Marianne Goode, Chris Jackson, Alicen Schneider, Lindsay Wolfington, Alexandra Patsavas, Madonna Wade-Reed, Kasey Truman, Andrea Von Foerster, Laura Webb, PJ Bloom, Evyen Klean, Chris Mollere, Jennifer Pyken, Angela Leus, Kathleen Bergman, Jenee DeAngelis, Thomas Golubic, Budd Carr, Ann Kline, Tracy McKnight, Amy Rosen and Lisa Brown.
Supervisor Point of View:
All About Music is the most engaging, friendly and valuable music business workshop/retreat that I’ve been a part of. The fun yet purposeful activities and high quality artist showcases built a comradery amongst the artists, music supervisors and management/label teams that I haven’t experienced anywhere else. I have no doubt I’ll be doing business with many of the new people I met for years to come.
-Chris Clark, Senior Music Producer, Leo Burnett
“I love being introduced to the music of artists I would not normally be made aware of and All About Music consistently creates a fantastic environment of great music where real friendships are established, which increases the potential for opportunities and successes.”
-Marianne Goode, Music Supervisor, All Media Music Group, Inc.
“Its the most collaborative music experience I’ve had.”
-Colin Beswick, Disney Interactive
“It fosters a great sense of community between the artists, delegates and local industry folk. The personal touch to it all is very important that people are encouraged to hang together, create together and work together. … And, the Song Camp is, by far, the coolest element of any industry event I have ever been a part of.”
– Rebecca Rienks, Music Supervisor, E! Entertainment | NBCUniversal