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Global Synch Summit Speakers

Alexandra Patsavas

Founder, Chop Shop Music Supervisor

Andrea von Foerster

Music Supervisor, Firestarter Music

Bobby Gumm

VP, Music, Trailer Park

Dan Burt

Music Supervisor & Producer, JWT

Daniel Kuypers

Director of Music, Energy BBDO

David Taylor

CEO & Managing Director, AUPEO! (Panasonic)

Gary Calamar

President, Go! Music Services

Jason Fielding

CEO, The Sound Campaign

Jenny Ring

Music Supervisor, Forsman & Bodenfors

John Rubey

CEO, Fathom Events (AMC & Regal Cinemas)

JT Griffith

Music Supervisor, Nike

Justin Medcraft

Global Senior Brand Manager, Smirnoff

Kyle Hopkins

Head of Music Supervision, Microsoft/Xbox

Kymberli Frueh

VP, Programming, Fathom Events (AMC & Regal Cinemas)

Lindsay Fellows

Founder & Producer, TheEngine360

Mamie Coleman

VP, Music & Production, FOX Broadcasting Company

Marisa Baldi

Partner, Zync Music Group

Mary Ramos

Music Supervisor, Saturday Music

Mike Knobloch

President, Film Music & Publishing, Universal Pictures

PJ Bloom

Partner, Neophonic Music & Media

Rochelle Holguin

VP/Head of Creative Music Services, MTV/VH1/LOGO

Richard Glasser

Executive In Charge of Music Film/TV, The Weinstein Co.

Rudy Chung

Music Supervisor, Hit The Ground Running

Sarah Webster

Founder, Saraswati Music Supervision

Steve Celi

Music Manager, Fox On Air Promo

Scott Burnell

Global Lead, Business Development & Partner Management, Ford Motor Company

Tracey Trench

Owner/Producer, Tracey Trench Productions

Trygge Toven

Supervisor/Senior Coordinator Film Music, Format Entertainment; President/Music Supervisor, Vidsyn



Founder, Chop Shop Music Supervision

In less than a decade, TV/film music supervisor Alex Patsavas has become one of America's premier hitmakers through her involvement in ratings-grabbing shows like "Grey's Anatomy," "Gossip Girl," "Mad Men," "Chuck," "The O.C." and "Without a Trace." She's also selected the music for the films "Happy, Texas," "Dancing at the Blue Iguana" and "Wasted," among others. In 2006 she was named by Advertising Age as "Entertainment Marketer of the Year," the Los Angeles Times as one of "The West 100," and Variety as one of 50 honorees for their annual "Women's Impact Report."

Alex first started promoting live shows while in college at University of Illinois-Urbana, utilizing a connection made with Marc Geiger to become an agent trainee at Triad Artists before segueing into the Film Music department of BMI. Her career as a music supervisor began at Roger Corman's legendary Concorde Films in 1995; three years later, Alex went into business for herself with Chop Shop Music Productions.