The Elements Music Promotes Dan Liebermann to Executive Producer, UK
Music and sound company The Elements Music has promoted Dan Liebermann (formerly Lentaigne) to the role of executive producer, UK after two years as head of new business, UK.
Liebermann has worked alongside Andy Carroll, partner and head of the The Elements Music’s London branch, on winning work from brands such as Nike, Toyota, Samsung, Porsche, Dyson, and Mercedes-Benz. Her new role will expand her duties further into production as she continues to help build the company’s client base in Europe. Dan explained: "I’m thrilled to transition to an EP role in London. It feels like a natural fit to be more involved in fostering the creative process with our clients, composers, and artists."
A singer/songwriter herself, Dan's career in advertising happened unexpectedly when she sang a version of Peggy Lee’s 'Fever' for a FIFA World Cup Mastercard campaign in 2006. That rendition became beloved, which led to a career as a session singer, and eventually into the production side of music for advertising. Collaborating with artists and producers throughout her career, highlights include singing Ian Brown’s Ivor Novella winning track F.E.A.R. and performing with him on the legendary pop culture TV music show Top of the Pops.
On promoting Dan, J Bonilla, co-founder based in Los Angeles, said: “Dan is an A-Player. She brings a blast of energy into everything she touches. It's a no-brainer for us to put her into a position where she can directly contribute to our creative output as well as our continued overall growth."
Andy Carroll added: “Dan is a huge asset for us. She’s got great drive, creative ideas, and shares in the vision for The Elements Music’s future."