Timothy Andrew Edwards is one of the most diverse and accomplished composers working in entertainment today. The Berklee College of Music alumnus' background and sensibilities in composition, and experience as a Music Supervisor make him a singular, expert resource for the music needs of any project. With nearly 75 film and television credits to his name, his genre spanning oeuvre is a testament not only to the multiplicity of his skill, but the openness of his approach, and his reliability in all forms of media. His music has appeared in such feature films as "Get Him to the Greek", "You Can't Kill The Bogeyman", a Trancas Films International theatrical documentary about the iconic "Halloween" franchise; and "Columbus Circle" from director George Gallo. Additionally, he has scored over 100 trailers and promos for successful feature films and television shows. Timothy is a 'go to composer' in the world of television with compositions on shows such as "Keeping Up With the Kardashians", "The Bachelor", "Ellen" and "TMZ". His themes for "Extra", "Leeza", and BBC's "My Genius Idea" have become enduring signatures for all three programs. His songwriting contributions to "The Vampire Diaries", "Smallville", and "CW Now", as well as his compositions in national advertising campaigns such as Secret Deodorant and the United States Marine Corps, solidify his status as a master of all formats.
Hunter Williams has spent his entire career championing songwriters, composers and publishers, and developing solutions to help these rights holders maximize income from their content. Most recently he has served as Executive Vice President of Intellectual Property and Business Development for SourceAudio, the industry leading music search, distribution, licensing, monitoring, and metadata management platform used by over 600 production music companies worldwide. Prior to SourceAudio, Hunter served as the Executive Director of the Production Music Association where he represented the trade interests of the production music industry in the United States. Before joining the PMA, Hunter spent 20 years at SESAC, most recently in the position of Senior Vice President, Strategic Development/Distribution and Research Operations. During his career there, Hunter ran all royalty distribution operations and was responsible for the development of the company's distribution and survey methodologies, performance tracking across all applicable media, and the maintenance of the organization's song repertory and cue sheet databases. He also oversaw the company's research and analysis division, which helped drive strategic development by identifying new business opportunities. Hunter is also a multi-instrumentalist and composer, and remains active as a professional drummer.
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