Brooke is the CEO of Seven Seas Music and an award-winning music producer and supervisor. For a decade, she has led The Rights Workshop, a leading music licensing and supervision firm with film credits including “Bully,” “Melancholia,” “Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey,” and “Bill Cunningham: New York.” In 2014, Brooke married her singular knowledge and passion for world music with cutting-edge technology to found Seven Seas Music, a web-based platform where media professionals can listen to, build lists and license – with a single click – curated sounds from an astounding array of emerging and established artists in more than 150 regions. Seven Seas employs its unique library of curated international music in many high-profile television and film productions, including “Parts Unknown,” “Criminal Minds,” “VICE,” “Legions,” “Snowfall,” “Homeland” “SEAL Team,” and “Altered Carbon.” She is the author of two books on music licensing, “Hey, That’s My Music!: Music Supervision, Licensing, and Content Acquisition,” and “Music Rights Unveiled: A Filmmaker’s Guide to Music Rights and Licensing.”
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Elizabeth Shearrow ('23) is a Music Industry Studies Major at University of the Pacific.