Co-Founder / Head of Marketing and Production
With a rich history consisting of many roles in the music business, Stephanie began her career working for labels like: RCA, Wind-Up, Epic, & Columbia where she was part of radio promotion teams who helped develop & break (now) super star artists like: Kings Of Leon, Maroon 5, The White Stripes, John Mayer, & The Stokes and others. During her 6 yrs with major labels she also had the honer to market some of the most iconic recording artists in the world as a Marketing Coordinator, leveraging merchandise opportunities with retailers like Best Buy, FYE, & Barnes & Noble.
In 2006, Stephanie traveled the country producing/managing national branded tours for Camel (RJ Reynolds) & Pabst Blue Ribbon working with Mix Master Mike (Beastie Boys), Phoenix, Kings of Leon, Spoon, The Black Keys & others. In 2007, she became the General Manger of the School of Rock National HQ, & later became a Production/ Marketing Manager for a concert production company servicing clients like: Lady Antebellum, Sarah Palin Campaign Rallies 2008, Eric Church, Cameo, Rick Ross, Lady Antebellum, etc.
She’s the co-founder of the successful online music magazine Tri State Indie which also serves as concert production & web design boutique. TSI has created marketing activations for clients like: Live Nation, vitaminwater, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Hard Rock, & others. Steph’s developed TSI’s most signature events & series like the TSI Music Awards, and manages teams in video & press coverage of major events like: Austin City Limits, FireFly Music Festival, Lollapalooza, and SXSW.
In 2013 Steph managed the first ever Make Music Philly through WXPN, and 2014 managed councilman David Oh’s PHL Live project. In 2014 she was elected as Advisor to The Recording Academy (Grammy’s) Philadelphia Chapter and in 2015 she was elected to a board seat as Secretary. In 2015 she was brought on as Director of Promotion for Nine North Records (based out of Nashville) to manage the Northeast and Midwest regions.