New York/Los Angeles, March 28, 2008 – Human, one of America‘s pre-eminent original music composition and sound design agencies specializing in unique and compelling music for the international advertising industry, has promoted Lauren Bleiweiss to the position of Executive Producer.
In her new position, Bleiweiss will continue to be integrally involved with client relations, will continue to oversee Human‘s production department, and will work closely with Managing Partner Marc Altshuler to supervise overall company operations. She is based in New York.
“The most exciting thing for me has been watching this amazing company’s growth over the years, and being fortunate enough to play an active role,” said Bleiweiss. “Human has grown in such a natural way, maintaining its true DNA, both creatively and through its office culture. It‘s a remarkable company where everyone works so hard, all with a common goal. We are a true team, and a real family.”
ABOUT LAUREN BLEIWEISS:
Bleiweiss originally joined Human in 2004 as a producer, later working her way up to the post of Head of Production. During this time, she worked on many high profile projects, including award winning “Happiness Factory” and “Happiness Factory 2” TV and cinema spots for Coca-Cola.
Earlier, Bleiweiss was a Sales Rep with Chris Zander‘s Zander Reps, based in New York. There, her clients included Backyard Productions, Brand New School and Stimmung. Prior to Zander Reps, she was a Researcher, based in New York, with London‘s executive recruiting agency Kendall Tarrant, specializing in placing talent within the advertising community.
Founded in 2001 by renowned composers Morgan Visconti, Andrew Bloch, Gareth Williams, and Managing Partner Marc Altshuler, Human is a multi-award winning collective specializing in the creation and production of original and compelling music and sound design for the international advertising industry.
Human has offices in New York and Los Angeles. For more information, please visit: www.humanworldwide.com
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