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Moderating Grammy Panel on Licensing, 2015

We are proud to have represented an amazing group of creative companies and individuals over the years. Here’s a small sampling of the clients we have been honored to work with.

“A Night with Janis” (Broadway production)

A&E Network (“Life Animated” film)

Animotion (Mercury Records)

Burnside Distribution Inc.

Cobi (300 Entertainment/Atlantic Records)

“Coronado High” film, currently in development – Sony Pictures/Smokehouse Productions (George Clooney/Grant Heslov)/ Annapurna Pictures

Eric Matthews (SubPop Records)

Eyrst Records (Artful Dodg’r, Myke Bogan, and other artists – label founded by Martell Webster, former NBA player)

Guayaki Herba Mate (beverage company)

“Heaven Adores You” (Elliot Smith documentary)

Hendrickson/Hoskins (Disney Television)

John Callahan, cartoonist (and subject of upcoming Gus Van Sant film “He Won’t Get Far on Foot”)

Jimmy McDonough, author (Neil Young, Tammy Wynette, and Al Green biographies)

Joshua Ray (Shania Twain’s lead guitarist)

Kaiya on the Mountain (band)

Kent Hartman, author (“The Wrecking Crew”)

Laika Films (maker of “Coraline,” “The Box Trolls,” and other films)

Light in the Attic Records (Rodriguez/Sugar Man records and film)

Living Oceans Productions (Netflix, National Geographic, Discovery Channel projects)

London Bridge Studios (Seattle)

Lullaby LLC (Chuck Palahniuk project)

Lyrics Born (Quannum Projects/Epitaph Records)

MILCK (Atlantic Records)

Mt. Hood Meadows (trademark counsel)

Naked Snake Music (Lowell George music publishing)

NORTH (advertising agency)

Nu Shooz (Atlantic Records)

Oregon State University Press

Painted Sky (“For the Generations” – PBS)

Portland Cello Project

Portland Center Stage

Quarterflash (Geffen Records)

Shook Twins (band)

Sisbro Studios (NBC and Jim Henson Studios)

The Fleetwoods (EMI)

The Kingsmen (“Louie, Louie”)

Tim/Kerr Records (William Burroughs/Kurt Cobain project, Pere Ubu, John Fahey, Everclear, and Dandy Warhols)

Tracy Grammer (recording artist)

Universal Studios (outside copyright counsel)

Ural Thomas and the Pain (band)

Valerie Carter (Columbia Records, James Taylor’s group, and co-writer with Jackson Browne and others)

“Vintage Tomorrows” (Samuel Goldwyn Films)

Western Washington University