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Top Producer Coaches
A Producer Coach is a professional who helps people in the entertainment industry develop, refine, and grow their productions. They can be found in both the film and television industries, working with writers, directors, producers, actors, and other creatives on a variety of projects. A Producer Coach helps guide the creative process and provide structure, guidance, and feedback to ensure that the production reaches its full potential.
They can help ensure that the project stays on track, on budget, and on time. Producer Coaches also help with the business side of things, ensuring that the production is properly funded, budgeted, and marketed. They know how to navigate the complexities of the entertainment industry and help the production team find success. Producer Coaches also provide mentorship, offering advice and guidance on how to approach the creative process and how to make the most of their resources. They provide support and stability during the production process, helping to ensure that the project is successful.
Each Producer coach, with their unique style, tries to help the clients and asks them what’s extraordinary about their coaching and what has endorsed their massive success.
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Mark Otten has a wealth of experience in the studio and music industry, both as a DJ and a producer with releases on labels including Armin van Buuren’s Armind (Armada Music) and Tiësto’s AFTR:HRS, and support from DJ’s such as Armin van Buuren, Above & Beyond, W&W, Tiësto and many more.
Mark’s recent successes as a co-writer, instrumentalist (e.g. guitars), producer and mix/mastering engineer for the likes of Martin Garrix, U2, AREA21, Armin van Buuren and many more put him firmly at the heart of music today.
After getting my degree in photojournalism from Rochester Institute of Technology, I moved to Portland in the ‘90s and set about building a photo studio. I was a photo assistant, a premiere color printer, studio manager, and bookbinder. I’m currently Account Director at Andy Batt Studio.
I teach a ‘Web for Media’ class at Mount Hood Community College, and here’s a confession: I’ve been working on this website for an embarrassingly long time. Perfectionism got in my way. Again. I’m an advocate for creative playtime — I believe perfectionism poisons creativity and that play is the antidote. As creatives, we all need to give ourselves more playtime.
She wrote and directed the award-winning shorts Rose’s Turn (2017), that was at Cannes, and FAITH (2018) winner of Best Short NYCIFF. Her feature film I Heard Sarah is beginning it’s festival run, 2021, and was honored with the Robert Rodriguez Best Indie Auteur Filmmaker of the Year Award at Bare Bones International Music and Film Festival. Distributed by Good Deed Entertainment.
I was one of the lucky ones. I always knew what I wanted to do in life and that was to work in the animation industry. I watched cartoons with my dad at a young age, Richie Rich, Donald Duck, He Man, and more, and I knew I had to know how to make them! Alongside this, I always wrote stories, winning several creative writing competitions as a kid, I still love to create new worlds and read, read, read.
There is nothing better than a great story! In 2001 I completed a Diploma in 3D Computer Animation at Media Design School. I landed my first big contract as a Digital Ink & Paint artist on New Zealand’s first animated sitcom ‘Bro’Town’.
Recognising I love working with people as much as doing the animation, I moved into Production Management. I produced TV and cinema commercials, and also worked on a Manmade Marvels documentaries series for Discovery Channel.
In 2008, Angee created Linsey Careers, a boutique executive search and career coaching firm, with the goal of helping companies find and retain outstanding marketing and communications talent – and helping outstanding practitioners in this field find amazing new opportunities, and manage their career with intention.
A three-time Silver Anvil award-winning comms pro herself, she understands the sector – and what it takes to succeed in it. Angee held communications roles in corporate and agency environments, as well as served for 25 years in the military — first as a U.S.
Army journalist and then as a Navy Reserve Public Affairs Officer. She graduated from the highly regarded School of Journalism at the University of Missouri, and later earned a master’s degree in career development.
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