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In LA – NARIP Trailer Music Supervisor Session #1 with Big Picture’s Marcy Bulkeley

NARIP Music Supervisor Sessions:

Intimate Pitch Meetings & With Music Supervisors
from Film & TV Trailer Houses

Session #1 with Big Picture Entertainment’s Marcy Bulkeley

on Wednesday, February 22, 2012
in Los Angeles, CA

  • Session #1: Feb 22 with Marcy Bulkeley, Music Director, Big Picture Entertainment (current selection)
  • Session #2: Mar 07 with Toddrick Spalding, Music Supervisor, High Bias Industries
  • Session #3: Mar 21 with Serena Undercofler, Music Supervisor, BLT & Associates
  • Session #4: Apr 11 with Bobby Gumm, Music Supervisor, Trailer Park
  • Session #5: Apr 18 with Maura Duval Griffin, Music Supervisor, Toy Box Entertainment
  • Session #6: Apr 19 with Heather Kreamer, Music Supervisor, Create Advertising
  • Session #7: May 02 with Natalie Bartz, Music Director, Ignition Creative
  • Session #8: May 16 with Danny Exum, Music Director, mOcean
  • Session #9: May 30 with Angel Mendoza, Music Supervisor, AV Squad
  • Session #10: Jun 06 with Robyn Booker, Music Supervisor, Ant Farm

Jump to registration below, click here.


A top-rated music supervisor from one of the leading trailer houses in Los Angeles is our special guest at NARIP’s next Music Supervisor Session in Los Angeles: Marcy Bulkeley, Music Director of Big Picture Entertainment. Bulkeley commissions, licenses and places music for global movie trailer campaigns for the world’s biggest blockbusters and independent films. Limited enrollment of 16 people per session guarantees face-time, registrants get brief of supervisor’s CURRENT music needs, a chance to pitch plus immediate feedback. In NARIP’s intimate session, you get to meet and pitch her for current opportunities.

Trailers have skyrocketed in recent years as an important and lucrative vehicle for music licensing. Synch fees for music in trailers tend to be larger because the rights requested tend to be more broad (worldwide, in perpetuity, used in every possible media). Also, trailers are typically part of a film’s marketing budget rather than its music budget, with film marketing budgets almost always many times larger than music budgets. One senior music executive at Fox Studios says that the music budget for a film is rarely larger than 3% of its overall budget, if that.


How did NARIP members get music placed in this week’s #1 box office film Chronicle? Through NARIP Music Supervisor Session in LA with Andrea von Foerster – music supervisor for the film that is enjoying a tidal wave of positive reviews and #1 box office success this week (February 6, 2012).

Congratulations to NARIP Member Peter Kimmel who represents another NARIP Member Tom Disher (introduced at a NARIP event in San Francisco). Kimmel placed Disher’s music in Chronicle after meeting von Foerster in Los Angeles at NARIP’s session with her.

And congratulations to Andrea for the rave reviews of her soundtrack choices, and on the success of Chronicle! Read more about Chronicle plus reviews here – and go see the film. Get a front row seat at NARIP’s upcoming sessions, scroll down and register now!

Success For Supervisors: What Andrea von Foerster (500 Days of Summer, Chronicle, Grey’s Anatomy) says about NARIP Sessions

Andrea von Foerster was a guest speaker at NARIP Music Supervisor Sessions in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Berlin and London in 2011. Here’s what she says about them:

“All of the NARIP workshops have proven fruitful for me. I placed a Simon Horrocks track (from Affix Music) in “Don’t Trust The B—- In Apr. 23″ [following NARIP’s Atlanta session]. From the LA session, I used a Peter Kimmel-repped Tom Disher track in Chronicle. In Berlin I met with Christian Mix-Linzer from Tracks & Fields and used a No / Fi Riots song in Chronicle. From the London session I’ve requested Bollywood music from Sharon Dean and met with her artist/composer Biggi Hilmars whom I love! In every city, I’ve met with numerous publishers, labels and sync agents at every level and the relationships have proved invaluable. I’m lucky to be associated with such a great group of people.” Andrea von Foerster, Music Supervisor, Firestarter Music


NARIP members have made placements through these limited enrollment sessions, including most recently Peter Kimmel who has secured multiple placements. These include placing “The Big One” in the film Chronicle, “Soul of a Man Never Dies” in an episode of True Blood and “Jhiara” in an episode of Dexter following NARIP sessions with Andrea von Foerster and Gary Calamar earlier this year in Los Angeles. You can read more about it here.

Placements secured and professional relationships formed through these meetings are so good that we felt this format would work well for those who represent catalogs and/or seek intimate pitch opportunities with the best trailer house music supervisors in the business.

Limited to 16 people, NARIP’s sessions enable you to get to know the supervisors and more importantly, enable them to get to know you. At private sessions last year in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Berlin and London participants were able to pitch for current opportunities on the spot, receiving instant feedback as to whether a song was appropriate or not, and WHY. This valuable feedback makes better pitches – and ultimately, placements – possible. In some cases, participants even had time to re-work their music to better fit a supervisors’ needs.

Above all, attendees MET key players in the modern music business, paving the way for future opportunities and giving them an edge in a highly competitive market.

At our next series in Los Angeles, participants will have the opportunity to pitch music for specific opportunities for current trailer and film promotional campaigns and get immediate, direct feedback from one trailer house music supervisor.


“We have created an access point that wasn’t available before,” says Tess Taylor, president of the National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP) and creator of the series. “We’re thrilled with the success of these sessions in London, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Berlin, as are participants. This broadens the access to music, access that might otherwise not exist. We’re grateful for the positive reception we received in London at our first sessions there in November, and look forward to bringing many more to this city that has produced some of the best-loved music in the world.”

NARIP’s sessions diversify potential usage of music and are appropriate for those who represent catalogs of all sizes.

NARIP Music Supervisor Sessions in the News

  • NARIP in The Guardian (UK): Special thanks to Joe Muggs for his excellent coverage of NARIP’s November 2011 London session in The Guardian (“Matchmakers of the Zeitgeist: Soundtracking TV Shows”), which you can read here (December 2011).
  • NARIP in The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), click here (January 2012).
  • NARIP in MusikWoche (Germany): Berlin Music Commission shows the way to Grey’s Anatomy (Translation: Berlin Music Commission ebnet den Weg zu “Grey’s Anatomy”), click here for coverage of NARIP’s Sessions in Berlin (September 2011).

NARIP’s Music Supervisor Sessions have featured the following A-listers:

Film & TV Music Supervisors:

  • P.J. Bloom (Glee, Nip/Tuck, CSI Miami) – Los Angeles, San Francisco
  • Carolyn Richardson (Entertainment Tonight, The Insider) – Los Angeles
  • Gary Calamar (True Blood, Dexter, House) – Los Angeles, Berlin
  • Julianne Jordan (Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Bourne Identity, Alvin & The Chipmunks, Yogi Bear) – Los Angeles
  • Andrea von Foerster (The O.C., Grey’s Anatomy, (500) Days of Summer, Run’s House) – Los Angeles, Atlanta, Berlin, London
  • John Houlihan (55+ feature films, Mortal Kombat, Love Guru, Fame, The Defenders) – Los Angeles
  • Chris Mollere (Vampire Diaries, Pretty Little Liars, WarGames: The Dead Code) – Los Angeles, London

Audio from these sessions can be purchased through NARIP’s Online Store.

Advertising Agency Music Supervisors:

  • Jessica Dierauer, Executive Producer Music & Creative Content, Young & Rubicam – New York
  • Jean Scofield, Music Producer, McGarry Bowen – New York
  • Paul Greco, Director of Music & Radio Production, J. Walter Thompson – New York
  • Mike Boris, Senior VP / Executive Music Producer, McCann Erickson – New York
  • Josh Rabinowitz, Senior Vice President / Director of Music, Grey Group – New York
  • Ryan Fitch, Music Producer, Saatchi & Saatchi – New York
  • Todd Porter, Producer + Music Supervisor
    Goodby, Silverstein & Partners – San Francisco

Audio from these sessions can be purchased through NARIP’s Online Store. NOTE: These sessions are on-going and take ca. 1-2 weeks for audio to be available in our online shop after each event.

What attendees say about NARIP’s Music Supervisor Sessions (with film / TV and ad agency music supervisors) held in 2011 in London, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Berlin:

  • “Getting personal and immediate feedback… was very valuable.” – Cathi Gibson, Rough Trade (attended Chris Mollere session in London)

  • “Straight talking honesty, love it! Very rare in this industry, the whole event from start to finish was faultless, best event I have been to by far.” – Guy Stanway, ZY Records (attended Chris Mollere and Andrea von Foerster sessions in London)

  • “Most valuable: honest opinions and face time with the supervisors. The overall quality of the event and the people involved was great – friendly, interesting, informative – and most of all very useful. A lot of these seminars promise a lot and deliver very little – these DO deliver. And after being in the industry 15 years, I feel like I actually learnt something!! Great!!!” – Julie Weir, Visible Noise (attended Chris Mollere and Andrea von Foerster sessions in London)

  • “I had a great time last week and learned a lot. It was a real inspiration … I already feel indebted to you for such a fantastic week, it was very exciting to meet you and the team.” – Sarah Llewelyn, (attended Andrea von Foerster session in London)

  • “I’ve had 3 managers and 5 years of plugging away on the Internet for contacts and had more success getting material in front of a music supervisor with NARIP’s sessions than anything previously! Please keep it up, I will definitely attend more!” – Shay Dillon, Independent (attended Gary Calamar’s session in LA)

  • “I applaud NARIP in establishing these sessions!” – Richard Khuzami, Dahdoo Productions (attended Jessica Dierauer session in New York)

  • “Such an amazing night … I have been to many such events but have never felt this kind of intimacy and accessibility, and came away feeling like I really made a super connection in the industry. At Jessica [Dierauer’s] session I gave her a CD of 30 and 60 second clips. Her assistant emailed me yesterday (before I even followed up!) to say that they can use some of my tracks and needed some metadata (another lesson I learned at NARIP’s session about imprinting metadata onto all tracks!). So I am thrilled to have made such a great contact in the ad biz because of NARIP. So how can I not attend all your amazing sessions knowing I will make such high level contacts that would have been very difficult for me to have made on my own? I can’t wait for the next session!” and feedback following Ryan Fitch’s session: “Last night’s session with Ryan Fitch was wonderful! Ryan is a straight shooter with class and sensitivity and I got a lot out of the session in terms of what he is looking for. I have made incredible contacts in the advertising business because of NARIP and there is no other music networking group that comes close to what NARIP offers, I’m a fan!” Gail Vareilles, Sandshifter Music (attended 5 sessions in New York with Jessica Dierauer, Paul Greco, Mike Boris, Josh Rabinowitz and Ryan Fitch)

  • “Please keep me informed of the next NARIP sessions in London and LA. Once again, many thanks for the opportunity to pitch.” – Reza Davoudi, Nineteen95 Artist Management (attended Andrea von Foerster’s and Gary Calamar’s sessions in Berlin, and Andrea con Foerster’s and Chris Mollere’s sessions in London)

  • “Was lots of fun and learned a ton of new things. Both Jessica and Ed were great. Also, the anecdotes (e.g. Serge Gainsbourg’s daughter rejecting AXE) are priceless. Thanks again for coordinating these wonderful sessions. I will highly recommend to others.” – David Liang, Shanghai Restoration Project (attended Jessica Dierauer session in New York and John Houlihan session in Los Angeles)

  • “Thank you very much for the very interesting pitching session with Andrea at the Popkomm. I would be very keen to take part [in NARIP’s London Supervisor Sessions].” – Christoph Becker, Moanin’ Records (attended Andrea von Foerster’s session in Berlin)

  • “[NARIP’s Music Supervisor series] is a very effective and beneficial program to get contact with the local and national supervisors who run the film and TV industry.” – Robert Case, President, New Pants Publishing (attended Carolyn Richardson, Gary Calamar and Julianne Jordan and sessions in Los Angeles)

  • “Great event with PJ Bloom! Definitely an uncommon opportunity.” and feedback to the Todd Porter San Francisco session: “What a super event last night! Thanks for providing such a unique and excellent opportunity. Where else could I sit down with a top-notch professional like Todd Porter and get immediate feedback on my work? He was very candid and informative, willing to illustrate the ins and outs of the ad business with brilliant clarity. And the chance that he might be able to utilize my music? Invaluable! I’ll be back!” – Joel Evans, Cinemasters (attended PJ Bloom and Todd Porter sessions in San Francisco, and Jessica Dierauer session in New York)

  • “Thank you once again for a fantastic series of supervisor sessions. Looking forward to many more sessions and events with NARIP… Thank you all for your professionalism, earnestness and care in providing the very best for us. We SO appreciate everything you do. [NARIP provides] incredible value.”” – Ben Bidlack, Bees & Honey Music (attended all seven sessions in Los Angeles and PJ Bloom session in San Francisco

  • “It was really great. Will attend the [sessions] in October. Jessica was really lovely and everyone was so talented.” – Sarah Nagourney, Glassbeat Music (attended Jessica Dierauer session in New York)

  • Very, very informative and helpful. These are fun and the supervisors have been extremely willing to share very useful info. – Catharine Wood, Planetwood Productions (attended Andrea von Foerster, Julianne Jordan and John Houlihan sessions in Los Angeles)

  • “Thank you and the NARIP staff for the supervisor session with Jessica… This was a ‘crash course’ in what an advertising music supervisor needs versus a music cues written for TV shows (which is what I was familiar with)…. I already signed up for the next session on the 27th.” – Classical arranger / composer / producer Sor Harris (attended Jessica Dierauer session in New York)

  • “I found the session extremely interesting/helpful, and I look forward to attending the rest of the series.” – Jacob Weinrib, Parma Licensing (attended Jessica Dierauer session in New York)

  • “Ryan was an awesome guest who genuinely appreciated the music we had to offer and gave us spot-on, thoughtful comments with which to build upon. I can see why he was voted a top music supervisor in last year’s NARIP poll! We all went out with Ed [Razzano – program moderator] afterwards (including Ryan) to cap off a great 6-session series [in New York]. I know I speak for all of us, especially the ones like me who attended all of the sessions, when I say that we’re sad that they are ending. – Annie Calder, Coral West Music (attended Chris Mollere’s session in Los Angeles, and 6-part series in New York including sessions with Jessica Dierauer, Jane Scofield, Paul Greco, Mike Boris, Josh Rabinowitz and Ryan Fitch)

  • “I really enjoyed the event and definitely see the value in the intimacy of it. I’m on board for more as well as doing some LA stuff and London… thanks again for putting together such effective events.” – Freddy Charles, Freddy Charles Music (attended 6-part series in New York including sessions with Jessica Dierauer, Jane Scofield, Paul Greco, Mike Boris, Josh Rabinowitz and Ryan Fitch)

  • “Thank you again for providing one of the more professional and useful events that I have ever attended. It was intimate, precise and well-executed. The feedback was immediate and valuable.” – Eric Caver, PTEC Dojo (attended Andrea von Foerster session in Los Angeles)

  • “Another successful and extremely well-organized NARIP event, please keep them coming! … [it was] an amazing opportunity to pitch our music to Gary Calamar in such a personal and focused setting.” – Sven Spieker, Mighty Generation Music (attended Gary Calamar, Andrea von Foerster and Chris Mollere sessions in Los Angeles)

  • “What a wonderful job NARIP is doing in putting together these events that help professionals connect and share information. Kudos to NARIP and your wonderful team.” – Daniel Indart, Latin Music Specialists (attended Chris Mollere and Julianne Jordan sessions in Los Angeles)


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Special thanks to Sharon Jennings at APM Music for her help with this series.


Marcy Bulkeley, Music Director, Big Picture Entertainment

Session #1: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. (current selection)

Marcy Bulkeley graduated Emerson College with a degree in Audio/Radio Production and directed her studies towards film and television music. Her education continued in Los Angeles at UCLA with extended studies in music supervision, publishing, and music copyright & law. Currently she is music director at Big Picture Entertainment, an entertainment marketing and advertising company, working on major motion picture campaigns as well as broadcast sports marketing campaigns. She is responsible for the music in the campaigns for Contagion, Inception, Due Date, The Town, Sherlock Holmes, Hubble 3D, Just Wright, Harry Potter 6 & 7, LOST, Modern Family, Cougar Town, and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (seasons 5 & 6), along with many others. Marcy continues to take on music supervision and has consulted for for Kathy Nelson (previously VP of film music for Universal Pictures), music supervised with G Marq Roswell at 35Sound, and consulted for Deutsch Advertising, among others. Her involvement in music placement goes beyond the screen: Marcy provides background music services for retail and restaurant businesses in Los Angeles. Her growing list of clientele is a result of her experience and education in this field as well as her maintenance of professional relationships that allow her to bring in the best results, both creatively and in business dealings, for the client.

Toddrick Spalding, Music Supervisor, High Bias Industries
Session #2: Wednesday, March 7, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

Toddrick Spalding’s fate was sealed the first time he heard Devo’s “Duty Now For The Future” on his parent’s turntable, it was all downhill from there. He got his start in the industry as founder and drummer of Chicago indie rock band The Detachment Kit. Since those long ago days of constant touring (almost dying at least three times!), Toddrick has built a career in music supervision for film advertising, features, traditional advertising and television. He has worked as Director of Music – Film, TV, and New Media – at Spectre Entertainment Group and as Music Supervisor for film advertising agencies mOcean and The Cimarron Group. His knack for finding the perfect song has helped launch some of Hollywood’s biggest films: Cars 2, Toy Story 3 (biggest animated opening in film history), Inception, Tangled, Red Riding Hood, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, UP, Princess and the Frog, Abduction, Miami Vice, Flags of Our Fathers and others. In 2010 he co-founded High Bias, a music supervision collective in Los Angeles, where he has music-supervised independent features (Littlerock, The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye), traditional advertising (campaigns for Givenchy, Cool Water and others) and continued his work in feature film advertising as a freelance music supervisor (Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie, How I Spent My Summer Vacation). In 2011, Toddrick joined the team at independent publisher Spirit Music Group as West Coast Creative Director. He is currently working on filmmaker Mike Ott’s follow-up feature to the critically acclaimed Littlerock and spending as much time as possible with his amazing wife and son.

Serena Undercofler, Music Supervisor, BLT & Associates

Session #3: Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. (your current selection)

Bio posted shortly.

Bobby Gumm, Music Supervisor, Trailer Park

Session #4: Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

Bobby Gumm is a Music Supervisor at Trailer Park, a large multi-faceted ad agency that specializes in movie trailers. Prior to Trailer Park he began his career at Intralink Film and then spent several years with Flyer Entertainment. With almost a decade of music supervision experience, Gumm has supervised well over one hundred trailers including Batman Begins, Up, Avatar, J Edgar and Batman: Arkham City.

Maura Duval Griffin, Music Supervisor, Toy Box Entertainment

Session #5: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

Maura Duval Griffin is the music supervisor at Toy Box Entertainment, specializing in film trailers, advertising, publicity and creative content pieces, as well as a recently-launched long-form production unit. Toy Box creates successful marketing campaigns for Sony Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Universal, Disney and others, including Alvin & The Chipmunks 1-3, Ice Age: Continental Drift, Arthur Christmas, Pirates! A Band of Misfits, Dr. Suess’ The Lorax, The Smurfs, and many others. With over 20 years in the music industry, including time served in college radio, record retail, sales and distribution, and marketing, Maura brings a broad perspective and a deep appreciation for the process of putting music to picture.

Heather Kreamer, Music Supervisor, Create Advertising

Session #6: Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

Bio posted shortly.

Natalie Bartz, Music Director, Ignition Creative

Session #7: Wednesday, May 2, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. (current selection)

A music supervisor for over 9 years, Natalie Baartz is Music Director at Ignition Creative where she manages the music department and is in charge of all music for all projects. As well as pitching a huge range of commercial artists, she also works closely with composers, DJs, and remixers to do custom scores (orchestral to dubstep). While at Ignition she has been responsible for such high profile campaigns as Martin Scorsese’s Hugo Cabret, Spielberg’s Tin Tin, 2011 Sundance winner Like Crazy, Super 8, Devil’s Double, Another Earth, 30 Minutes or Less, Fright Night, Transformers 3, Battleship, to name a few, as well as multiple primetime television show campaigns, most recently HBO’s Luck. Prior to Ignition, Natalie worked for four years as a music supervisor at the Ant Farm trailer house, selecting commercial music and working with composers on score for movie campaigns, building a foundation in dealing with the marketing departments of all of the major film studios. She worked on several prominent campaigns including Warner’s Where The Wild Things Are (garnering the Golden Trailer Award for Best Music with Arcade Fire), Sony’s Julie and Julia, and Eat Pray Love, (which set Florence and the Machine on the map with the use of Dog Days Are Over); Universal’s It’s Complicated, Paramount’s Iron Man, Star Trek, Transformers 1 and 2 and The Reader for the Weinstein Company. While at Ant Farm she also supervised numerous video game trailers. Prior to getting into entertainment advertising she spent four years working with independent music supervisor John Bissell where she started as an intern and was eventually promoted to music supervisor. During her time with Bissell, she worked on studio and independent features including Ladder 49, Lord of War, You Kill Me, The Architect, 10th and Wolf, and Junebug. Natalie completed her Bachelors Degree in Film and Media at the College of Cheltenham in England before moving to Hollywood to pursue her music supervision career. Her main passion is Composers and Film Score, and she constantly seeks new, innovative composers for her projects.

Danny Exum, Music Supervisor, mOcean

Session #8: May 16, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. (current selection)

Bio posted shortly.

Angel Mendoza, Music Supervisor, AV Squad

Session #9: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

Meet Angel Mendoza. He’s a bit of a music-obsessed freak. He lives in Silverlake, CA with a handsome Staffordshire Terrier named Taj. He loves winter and still behaving like a teenager. Angel started his music career journey behind the camera, shooting artists for the magazine Stop Breathing throughout its run in the ’90s before becoming one of the first music supervisors in trailers and film advertising at The Cimarron Group. Since then he has built a career music-supervising the campaigns of some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters. He is currently music supervisor at A/V Squad. Angel can’t live without these records:

  • Tribe Called Quest The Low End Theory
  • Aphex Twin Richard D. James Album
  • David Bowie Low
  • Augustus Pablo Original Rockers
  • Modest Mouse The Moon Over Antarctica
  • Arthur Russell Calling Out of Context
  • Quicksand Slip
  • Jawbreaker 24 Hour Revenge Theory
  • Radiohead Hail To The Thief
  • Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy I See A Darkness
  • The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society
  • Nas Illmatic
  • Firehose Raging Full On
  • Dinosaur Jr. Green Mind
  • The Orbital In Sides

Robyn Booker, Music Supervisor, Ant Farm

Session #10: Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

Bio posted shortly.


Session #1 with Big Picture Entertainment’s Marcy Bulkeley

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

6:30 p.m. – Registration and networking

7:00 p.m. – Program begins

8:15 p.m. – Break

9:30 p.m. – Program ends


Artist Managers, Producers & Artist Reps

A&R, Artist Development and Marketing Executives

Record, Distribution & Music Publishing Executives

Music & Entertainment Attorneys

Anyone seeking placement opportunities in film, TV and promotion trailers.


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Big Picture Entertainment

BLT & Associates

Create Advertising

High Bias Industries

Ignition Creative



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Date Feb 22, 2012
Event In LA - NARIP Trailer Music Supervisor Session #1 with Big Picture's Marcy Bulkeley
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