Music is my passion, and I've spent my career trying to help musicians make more money and connect with their fans. I've accrued no shortage of skill sets by focusing on how we innovate and advocate for our collective history of recorded sound and the musicians that create them. From blazing trails in emerging markets to preserving archival collections, there is always something new to uncover and a new way to contribute to the creative lifecycle of sound. It's been a deeply satisfying way to spend my time and energy. To that end, I find myself in different roles that aren't solely "archivist" or along a usual industry career path.
I've had the pleasure of working with some of the most notable labels and artists over the years. I'm happy to be with Universal Music Group on a new products team focused on the deep catalog & leveraging all things music metadata. I am also proud to be on the board of Women In Vinyl. A fabulous non-profit creating access to information and careers in vinyl by demystifying all things groove-recorded sound.
I am always looking for engaging opportunities, reach out and say hello if you have an interesting new project cooking. I'll be thrilled to discuss it with you.
I hope you enjoy what you find here. Hi5's!