Jonathan Baker - Music Supervisor, DUCK DYNASTY (A&E), JEP AND JESSICA : GROWING THE DYNASTY (A&E)
Jonathan Baker was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he studied television, film, radio and music. He moved to Los Angeles in 2010 and has quickly made a name for himself in the world of music supervision. With such shows as Duck Dynasty, Shark Week and Auction Hunters, he has supervised the music for more than 30 television series and specials. His work can be seen on such networks as A&E, VH1, Discovery, TLC, Spike TV, Nat Geo and more.
Peter Davis - Music Supervisor, BAD GIRLS CLUB (Oxygen) , THE REAL WORLD (MTV)
Peter Davis’s start in music supervision actually began in radio, working in a number of roles at WICB-FM and VIC Internet Radio throughout college. After moving to Los Angeles, he got a job as music coordinator at Bunim/Murray Productions and eventually moved into a music supervisor role. Since then, he has worked on a number of well-known reality docuseries, including MTV’s “The Real World”; E!’s “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”; and Oxygen’s “Bad Girls Club”, and has recently completed music supervision on the feature-length film “Little Paradise”.
Sam Carlin - Music Supervisor, CATFISH (MTV) , SUSPECT (MTV)
Sam Carlin has worked in Music Supervision at MTV for 5 years. After working at indie label Razor & Tie, he moved to MTV to be a music coordinator in the News & Docs department where he worked on shows including True Life, Chelsea Settles, I Used to be Fat and Caged. He then became a music supervisor for the network, music supervising numerous series and specials including Catfish: The TV Show, True Life, Middle Of The Night Show, Laverne Cox Presents: The T Word and Got Your Six . He has also done part time work for Bravo and Oxygen networks in their partnerships with Spotify.
Heather Guibert - Music Supervisor, ROSEWOOD (FOX), STITCHERS (FREEFORM)
Upon choosing to forego a career in engineering to pursue her dream of working in music, Heather fled the Florida sunshine for the bright lights of Hollywood. A graduate of the University of Southern California‘s Music Industry program, Heather spent nine years as part of the team of Music Supervisors at Neophonic, Inc., where she had the pleasure to work on such diverse television projects as Glee (Fox), CSI: Miami (CBS), American Horror Story (FX), The Americans (FX), United States of Tara (Showtime) and films including Eat Pray Love (Sony Pictures) and The Normal Heart (HBO). Since embarking out on her own, Heather has music supervised television shows such as Witches of East End (Lifetime) and is currently working on the second season of the Freeform hit series, Stitchers as well as the Miami-set procedural series Rosewood (Fox). She is a proud member of the Guild of Music Supervisors and Television Academy.