UK publisher and composer management company Manners McDade has promoted Harriet Moss to Managing Director and made two new appointments.
McDade will build on her previous role as Global Creative Manager, overseeing the company’s creative strategy across sync, A&R and creative services worldwide.
In addition, Jenna Fentimen has joined as Music & Composer Producer and Clare Everson as Sync Executive.
Fentimen, who previously worked at music supervision company Wake The Town, will manage bespoke compositions.
Everson joins from Warner Music UK to manage sync briefs, licensing and the creative services company roster.
“I never thought I would find someone who I could trust so implicitly with my business – but Harriet Moss is an extraordinary young woman and I’m incredibly proud of her.”
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Founder of Manners McDade, Catherine Manners, said: “I never thought I would find someone who I could trust so implicitly with my business – but Harriet Moss is an extraordinary young woman and I’m incredibly proud of her.”
Moss, who joined the company in 2014, has a background in PR, sync and brand building for contemporary classical, alternative and electronic labels and artists including Max Richter, Ben Frost, Nils Frahm and These New Puritans.
She is also the Creative Director for in-house label Cognitive Shift Recordings, and London Director for the voluntary international women in music organisation and network, shesaid.so.
The Manners McDade group of companies provide composer management, music publishing, sync and creative services, specialising in new classical and electronic music.
Cognitive Shift Recordings launched in 2016 as a contemporary classical record label in partnership with One Little Indian Records.
This past year, albums released from its publishing roster include All Melody by Nils Frahm (Erased Tapes) and Resolve by Poppy Ackroyd (One Little Indian).
Upcoming releases for later in 2018 will come from Max Cooper, AVA (Anna Phoebe & Aisling Brouwer), and John Metcalfe.
Pictured L-R: Juste Survilaite (creative services manager), Harriet Moss (managing director), Jenna Fentimen (music & composition producer), Clare Everson (creative & sync executive).Music Business Worldwide