WHERE YOUR PATH LEADS YOU:

Mentorship and Opportunity development

in the Entertainment Industry
 

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Yvette Metoyer
(Music Supervisor)
Lauren Ross
(Terrorbird Publishing)
Brandon West
Brandon West
(Music Supervisor)
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Lindsay Wolfington
(Music Supervisor)
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Lizelle Brandt (Entertainment Attorney)

CAREER OPTIONS AND MENTOR SESSION

Top-tier professionals discuss using mentorships to cultivate greater diversity & a climate of inclusion in the entertainment industry. Our speakers will then break off into individual mentor sessions and answer one-on-one questions with the audience.

TBA sign up sheet for mentor session.

TYPE: Presentation and Discussion

ROOM: MACDONALD HALL

(85 Seated)

TIME: 3:00pm - 4:50pm

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Los Angeles music supervisor, Yvette Metoyer has crafted a successful career at SuperMusicVision under the guidance and mentorship of one of the most highly respected music supervisors in the field, Thomas Golubic'. Yvette has collaborated on multiple film & TV projects, including the Emmy Award-winning AMC series Breaking Bad, the zombie apocalypse ratings juggernaut The Walking Dead, and the delightfully smart and charming Breaking Bad prequel, Better Call Saul. Yvette has recently been promoted as co-music supervisor on the critically acclaimed AMC tech drama series, Halt and Catch Fire and the new action crime drama about the art of the con, Sneaky Pete.

Yvette Metoyer
(Music Supervisor, SuperMusicVision)

Full Bio Coming Soon!

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Lauren Ross
(Terrorbird Publishing)
Brandon West
Brandon West
(Music Supervisor)

Brandon West is a LA native who always had a passion for music, but along a passion for Music Brandon had steeped interest in the business of Music.   Initially he thought A&R and Management but after an opportunity to work in the EMI Music Film and TV dept, this became Brandon's introduction to the Film / TV Music World. Shortly there after Brandon was right where he thought wanted to be an A&R assistant at Atlantic records as well as assistant Lava Records Soundtracks dept. and it was was at this point Brandon began to see that Music Supervision and Licensing was a far more interesting course.  After Leaving Lava/ Atlantic,  Brandon worked with several independent urban music labels educating and looking for l licensing opportunities for their rosters. 

 

it was after 3 years as Executive Assistant to Grammy Award Winning producer and artist Brian "Dangermouse" Burton,  Brandon had the opportunity (through a recommendation  ) to join the Viacom Creative Music Integration Team that oversees the music direction for all MTV shows. Today Brandon is a Music Supervisor for the award winning television production company Thinkfactory Media working on production across a number of networks.

Passionate about music and what it brings to the moving picture, Lindsay has been working in Music Supervision for 17 years. She is known for her work on One Tree Hill, where she featured over 1700 songs from breaking artists to iconic names like Led Zeppelin and U2.

Lindsay recently music supervised the film To All the Boys I Loved Before for Netflix as well as the TV series The Royals, Shadowhunters, and All Night. She is currently working on 3 new shows - The Village for NBC, In The Dark for The CW, Light as a Feather for Hulu - as well as overseeing Music Clearance for Fuller House. A graduate of Brown Unversity, she is a 4X Guild of Music Supervisor Award Nominee for her work on The Royals & The Sing-Off.

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Lindsay Wolfington
(Music Supervisor)
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Lizelle S. Brandt, Esq. is an entertainment lawyer with over 14 years of experience representing individuals and small to mid-sized businesses involved in all aspects of film and tv production, and in particular in the creation and placement of music in such mediums.  Lizelle’s legal expertise includes advising on corporate formation, copyright and trademark registration, licensing, clearance, fair use, business contracts, and employment matters.  She is an experienced trial attorney and former criminal prosecutor who litigates copyright and trademark infringement, idea theft, licensing violations, commercial misappropriation, defamation, cyber harassment and breach of contract.  In addition to owning and operating Singian Law which she founded in 2007, Lizelle is an adjunct law professor teaching Business Law, Licensing, and Business Ethics classes at FIDM.  She also serves as a board member on the USC Alumni Association’s Trojan Entertainment Network.  Lizelle is an avid USC football fan who can be found on twitter at @lizellebrandt.

Lizelle Brandt (Entertainment Attorney)