Presented by the Stan Getz Library, this talk by Berklee contemporary writing and production assistant professor Chrissy Tignor-Fisher and music industry professional Tom Fisher will cover self-promotion in the current international music industry. Come learn how to best present yourself to potential employers with tips and tricks to make yourself and your talents an undeniable asset.
Vocalist Chrissy Tignor-Fisher is a producer, songwriter, and recording engineer with a super-synthy pop style fused with EDM and hip-hop influences. She got her start in 2004, studying music production and technology at the Hartt School of Music, and then moved on to the master's course in audio production at the University of Westminster in London. She has engineered in such studios as Tin Pan Alley Studio, The Canvas Room, Jamspot Studios, Sanctum Sound, and Eastcote Studios and has worked with production companies and artists such as Good Old War, Bastille, Choppa Dunks, Notting Hill Music, and The Franks. Tignor-Fisher currently lives and works in Boston at Sanctum Sound Recording Studios and is a full-time faculty member at Berklee.
Tom Fisher has over six years of experience of working in music in London and has developed business acumen across a large sector of the industry. He has recently worked for record labels, performing rights societies, music libraries, publishers, and music venues as well as freelanced on various music projects.