Born and raised in France, Patrick Conseil moved to London at age 18. He worked at A&M Records as A&R manager and signed his first artist, Falco, in 1981. The Austrian artist scored worldwide hits with ‘Der Kommissar’ and 'Rock Me Amadeus'
Conseil was recently interviewed by Arte television for their documentary : Falco ‘’Too young to die ‘’
Conseil moved to NYC in 1986 , and managed various bands before joining Warner Chappell Publishing in 1990 . As a VP of creative and international there he secured US deals for European acts such Amber Billie Ray Martin, Dido, Captain Hollywood, and Jennifer Paige among others and signed Roger Sanchez, Moby, Lamya, Republica as well as songwriters/producers Epicenter, the Berman Brothers and Cossgrove &Clark who co-wrote the 1998 worldwide hit ‘Crush’ by Jennifer Page
Conseil moved to Miami to run creative for the publishing arm of Eman enterprises in 2004. He arranged a network of sub publishers for the company and developed the seven contracted Latin writers securing 40 + cuts with acts such as Luis Fonsi, Ricky Martin, Ednita Nazario, Reik, J.LO, RBD among others.
Conseil was the creative consultant for French superstar Florent Pagny‘s first Spanish language album in 2008. A year later, the album debuted at #1 in France and certified triple platinum there.
Conseil created Pure Pop in 2008 and its catalogue to date consist of 200 + copyrights including cuts with Johnny Hallyday, Joana Zimmer, Celine Dion, Astraea, Cazzette, Sugababes, Jessica Mauboy & Terri B and indie artist Marc Von Em among others. Pure pop co publishes writer Todd Wright in collaboration with Pen Music and French producers ‘’The French Guys ‘’together with Melmax Music.
From 2010 - 2015 Conseil was creative consultant for NY based Reservoir Media.
Conseil facilitated the acquisition of UK company Reverb Music by Reservoir and worked its writers, Ina Wrolsden, Jamie Hartman, and Joe Cang among others and brought in and developed top line writer Phil Bentley whose songs are featured on releases by Seal, Christina Aguilera, Sabrina Carpenter, Tiesto, Jordan Sparks, Tenny Feat. Maska, Britt Nicole and Punch Inc. and others
In 2012 Round Hill Music hired Conseil as a creative consultant to set up writer collaborations and pitch songs. He secured singles with Island artist Connell Cruise, Sony NZ artists Mae Valley, cuts with Hollywood records Sabrina Carpenter and German act the Boss Hoss to name a few.
Conseil signed Rune Westberg to Roundhill in November 2015. Rune is on current releases by Prince Royce, Colbie Caillat, Dean Ray, and the forthcoming ‘She is we ‘album among others.
Additionally Conseil brought Round Hill the Bob Di Piero catalog, which the company purchased.
In January 2016 Conseil joins Round Hill Music full time in the position of Sr.VP of creative and International. He will be based in LA with frequent visits to Nashville and reports to president Neil Gillis
In addition to Westberg, some of the writers Conseil works with include Jeffery David, Charlie Midnight, Lindsey Lee, Marti Fredriksen, Tatu, Bosshouse and newly signed Schmarx and Savvy and Jimmy Robbins.
Penny Gattis is the former Director of Writer/Publisher Relations in BMI’s Nashville office. While at BMI, Penny developed new opportunities for BMI songwriters and publishers. Gattis launched Sync THIS!, an exclusive, two-day networking and musical discovery gathering designed to connect Nashville talent and tastemakers with top music supervisors in 2013. In addition, she helped create and coordinate BMI’s substantial calendar of local and national songwriter-focused showcases, seminars, and other events including Lollapalooza, Hangout, ACL, Key West Songwriter Festival, Fontanel Winter Songwriter Retreat, Maui Songwriter Festival, East Side Sounds and many more. She secured and oversaw sponsorships with local and national companies to support many of these events.
Before joining BMI, Gattis served as Creative Director at Tom-Leis Music and Love Monkey Music in Nashville where she arranged co-writes between staff songwriters and chart-topping artists, scouted and developed talent, and pitched songs including a top 5 single.
A Wisconsin native, Gattis graduated from Nashville’s Belmont University with honors with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Music Business degree.
Josh Saxe joins Round Hill Music from BMG Chrysalis Nashville. Saxe is a graduate of Belmont University's Curb College where he studied Music Business with a concentration in Music Publishing. While at Belmont University, Saxe was the president of Bruin Publishing as well as participated in BMI's Catalog Cast, which compiles songs from local publishers to pitch. Post graduation, Saxe joined BMG Chrysalis Nashville where he was involved in managing the company’s song catalog data, as well as helping streamline the system of song delivery. Saxe is co-chair on the Leadership Council of Young Entertainment Professionals (YEP), Nashville’s fastest growing young professionals network. Saxe has also been instrumental in managing the talent selection for numerous writer showcases with both Belmont and YEP.
After having worked for 6 years in Broadway production at Jujamcyn Theaters (Jersey Boys, Spring Awakening, American Idiot), she most recently had the honor of working in music marketing and company management on the Tony Award winning Broadway production and US National Tour of FELA! Amy has performed, produced events and booked bands at Bonnarroo, SXSW, Calgary Folk Festival, Ottawa Folk Festival, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Edmonton Folk Festival, Vancouver Folk Festival, Brooklyn’s Prospect Park Summerstage, Lincoln Center’s Songbook Series, Al Sharpton events, Brooklyn Bowl, Joe’s Pub, The Apollo, Bowery Ballroom, The Knitting Factory, The Troubador LA. She is proudly a backup singer and manager for Daptone Records artist Naomi Shelton and the Gospel Queens and has shared the stage with Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, The Roots, and Burning Spear. Prior to working in Broadway production, Amy had the fortunate opportunity to work with some of the most talented actors, directors and producers: Billy Crudup, Jeremy Piven, Christine Ebersole, Richard Kind, Edie Falco, Mary Louise Parker, Tony Award winning director Michael Mayer, Rocco Landesman, chairman of the National Endowments for the Arts and Jack Viertel, creative director of Encores! at City Center. Amy founded Soul Deep Productions, whose primary goal is to aid in the preservation of African American music. Amy is a graduate of Indiana University with a BA in Music Vocal Performance.
Bob joins Round Hill Music from his position as Catalog Manager at Big Yellow Dog Music in Nashville. While attending school at Middle Tennessee State University, he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Music Business. He is also a graduate of the SAE Institute Of Technology, where he studied Audio Technology. During his time at MTSU, he completed two internships at the independent publishing company Ten Ten Music. Following graduation, he worked for a short time at Ten Ten Music before joining the team at Big Yellow Dog. Bob is a lifelong musician and is excited to bring his experience and passion for music to Round Hill.
Tami joins Round Hill Music with vast experience as a sync and licensing executive to a music supervisor. Tami’s early career started out as Adult Contemporary Promotion Manager at Epic Records where she worked on various projects ranging from Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” Cyndi Lauper’s “She’s So Unusual” to Quiet Riot. After her stint at Epic she spent the next few years at Lorimar/WB Television as the Music Coordinator for such shows as Dallas, Knots Landing, Falcon Crest, Perfect Strangers as well as many other shows and movies of the week. Next Tami joined Killer Music as an A&R rep for the company’s publishing division. A few years later, Tami jumped back into a music supervisory role by joining The Budd Carr Company. During her tenure at The Budd Carr Company, she music supervised the films Rockstar, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Wild Things, Dance With Me and the television show, Cupid. Tami later found a home at EMI Music Publishing as its VP of Film and Television. While there Tami managed the staff of EMI’s film and television department, oversaw and achieved the $50M annual synch/licensing goals by pitching the company’s vast catalog of over one million copyrights to film and television. For the first few years at EMI, Tami concurrently acted as an independent Music Supervisor for the film Barbershop 2, television shows such as Fastlane, Kevin Hill as well as consulted for ABC during their 2006-2007 pilot season. Most recently, Tami founded the independent music creative licensing company, Forward Syncing.
Mallory comes to Round Hill Music with a diverse music and licensing background, as cultivated through her experience in environments as varied as an edgy indie label, a renowned major music publisher, and an award-winning advertising agency. She got her start in the dual role of Digital Sales & Marketing and Synch coordinator at One Little Indian Records, where she worked with artists including The Twilight Singers, B.C. Camplight, and Björk. Her time was divided between placing songs in film and TV productions and ensuring that the label’s artists had strong visibility on sites like iTunes and eMusic. Mallory then spent four and a half years in Warner Chappell Music Publishing’s Strategic Marketing department, where she worked with the company’s writers to place their songs in advertisements and video games. While there, Mallory had the chance to interact with a wide variety of writers and music, from the Gershwin and Cole Porter catalogues, to Radiohead, Todd Rundgren, Talking Heads, Múm and The Swell Season. She then spent a year in Interactive Business Affairs at Crispin Porter + Bogusky, where she worked on a multitude of interactive advertising campaigns, including Burger King Whopper Lust, Domino’s Pizza Hero, Domino’s Think Oven, Old Navy Snap Appy, the Jell-O Mood Meter, and the 2011 Small Business Saturday campaign for American Express. She has also done independent music clearance and supervision work under her own company, Burning Snow Music. Mallory has placed music in numerous advertisements, video games, and TV/film productions, including Bioshock, the Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises, Carnival Cruise Lines, Chips Ahoy, and Rescue Me. She is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music, where she earned a dual degree in Music Business/Management and Performance (Voice).
Steve joins Round Hill after spending the last five years of his career at Cherry Lane Music Publishing and BMG Rights Management. During his tenure at BMG, Steve was involved in the company’s largest growth period and was instrumental, from a synch (creative and licensing) perspective, in the integration of such companies as Cherry Lane Music Publishing, Evergreen Copyrights, Stage Three Music, Chrysalis Music Group, Bug Music, and R2M. Steve’s most recent role at BMG was Senior Manager of Marketing, Film & TV, wherein he managed international creative and licensing. This role involved the licensing and promotion of U.S.-based artists and writers to BMG’s foreign offices and sub-publishers. At BMG, one of Steve’s unique responsibilities was to present and explore ways of introducing and integrating European-based artists and songwriters into the U.S. market. Additionally, Steve developed a synch and licensing presence for BMG in Canada by opening direct relations with the local Film, TV, Video Game, and Advertising agencies. Steve started his career at ASCAP, where he was responsible for processing and reporting performances for TV commercials and On-Air Promotions. Steve is a graduate of SUNY Oneonta with a bachelor's degree in Music Business. Steve has studied classical guitar and plays the mandolin.
Nick Koletic spent five years at Universal Music Publishing Group where he filled the role of Associate Manager of A&R Film/TV Creative. He pitched the company’s catalog across all forms of media. Koletic was responsible for coordinating the synchronization department’s efforts with the other UMPG's global offices. In addition to pitching the company’s catalog, he led Universal’s sync-focused songwriting camps in L.A.; managed all of the synchronization department’s marketing efforts; and helped develop UMPG's global library and pitching system. Nick is a graduate of the UCLA School of Law and a standing member of the State Bar of California.
Amy Roberts brings a decade of experience in music licensing, sales, operations and marketing to the Round Hill Synch team.
For the past nine years, Amy has acted as licensing and sync manager for the LA based music production company, Bosshouse Music. Her duties at Bosshouse (now part of the Round Hill family as well) include sync pitches across all media platforms (Film, TV, Advertising, Trailers) as well as clearances, marketing management, and creative consultation to the Bosshouse composers and songwriters. Amy has also been instrumental in building the Bosshouse brand culminating in Bosshouse’s partnership with Round Hill in 2014.
Some of Amy’s sync credits at Bosshouse include, Halt And Catch Fire (AMC), The Office and Parks & Rec (NBC), Shameless and Dexter (Showtime), True Blood (HBO), Nashville, Lost, Suburgatory, and The Neighbors (ABC), Hemlock Grove (Netflix), and The Lizzie Borden Chronicles (Lifetime) just to name a few. In the world of advertising Amy has also been a key team member in securing advertising campaign placements for INVISALIGN, LEGAL ZOOM, TOYOTA, GARNIER / LOREAL, PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC, and SOUTHWEST AIRLINES. In addition, she has been instrumental in negotiating and securing trailer placements for Sex & The City 2, Guitar Hero, The Other Guys, Open Season 3, and The Disney Films, The Muppets and Planes.
Prior to her tenure at Bosshouse Music, Amy served as Music Licensing Coordinator for TouchTunes Music Corporation and as Marketing & Operations Coordinator for Equity Marketing. With a B.F.A. in Musical Theater from the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music, Amy is also a studio vocalist / songwriter and has contributed her creative touch to the Bosshouse and Transphonic catalogs throughout the years. In her spare time, she provides vocal coaching services to other career vocalists.
Kevin Thompson joins Round Hill Music as Manager, Licensing. Before joining Round Hill, Kevin held the position of Coordinator, Synch Licensing Administration, at Sony/ATV Music Publishing. During his time in Sony/ATV’s Los Angeles office, Kevin was instrumental in providing a smooth transition for clearance companies and music supervisors during the merger with EMI Music Publishing. After two years in the Film & TV department, Kevin relocated to Sony/ATV’s Nashville office where he drafted licenses and collected outstanding synchronization fees. Kevin’s achievements at Sony/ATV Nashville included his contribution to the digitization of the company’s licensing process and the reduction of outstanding balances. Kevin is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Sciences in Communication Studies.
Previously head of Administration for global independent music publisher, S1 Songs America, John possesses more than twenty years of industry experience in the areas of publishing administration, copyright, licensing, business affairs, income tracking and royalties. Holding positions with multi-national corporations and independent companies in both New York and Nashville, John has managed posts with music publishers (Sony/ATV Music, Reach Global, The Royalty Network), as well as, record companies (Sony Music, Elektra Entertainment, Wind-Up Records). Beginning his career in BMI’s International Department, he then joined Sukin Law Group as a legal assistant. John has also been a guest lecturer at the music business schools at NYU, Hofstra and SUNY – Oneonta. John possesses a BS in Music Merchandising, Hofstra University and a MS in Music Education from Long Island University. Also, a studied guitarist, he has performed and taught guitar for many years.
Maddy joins Round Hill Music bringing varied experience in the music industry both in New York and Nashville, Tennessee. While a student in Nashville, she held licensing, publicity and marketing internships with Sony/ATV Music Publishing, Universal Music Group and Dualtone Music Group. She has additional work experience in New York, including marketing, publishing and studio internships with Downtown Music Group.
Amanda joins Round Hill Music Nashville from Warner/Chappell Music Publishing in Los Angeles. She is a graduate of McNally Smith College of Music in Minnesota where she studied Music Business and, during her time there, completed an internship at The Firm in Los Angeles. She then relocated to Los Angeles where she was an executive assistant to Sheila E. and manager Lynn Mabry at Heaven Productions Music. Amanda began her publishing career in counterclaim resolution and foreign affiliate relations at Bug Music (now BMG Rights Management). Following her time at Bug Music, she joined Warner/Chappell where she specialized in Pre-1978 copyright research. She is excited to bring her expertise to the Round Hill Music family.
Prior to joining Round Hill Music, Britnie was an analyst at ASCAP in the Quality Assurance and Television departments. As an analyst, Britnie was responsible for calculating adjustments based on performance and copyright changes as well as interpreting data for statistical reporting across various platforms of distribution. Before Britnie’s employment at ASCAP, she interned for Pitchfork TV as an administrative assistant. Britnie attended Berklee College of Music where she earned a BA in Music Business and Management. While studying at Berklee, Britnie was a member of the Cornerstone Promotion FARM Team, which was responsible for running both CMJ and SXSW showcases.
Steven McMillan joins Round Hill Music as Manager, Royalty Services. Before joining Round Hill, Steven served as Manager of Financial Operations for Big Loud Bucks Administration & Information. At Big Loud Bucks, Steven was responsible for collecting and distributing royalties for all clients, fielding inquiries pertaining to royalties and finance, managing writer recoupable accounts, demo billing, royalty redirections, catalog valuations, desktop auditing, and Master Mechanical Royalties for label clients. Before Big Loud Bucks, Steven worked at Ten Ten Music Group. Steven is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Recording Industry Management and a Minor in Business Administration.
John Atzberger joins Round Hill Music as Sr. Coordinator, Royalty Services. Before joining Round Hill, John served as Distributions Processor at The Harry Fox Agency where he was responsible for ingesting licensee data and distributing royalties to copyright owners. Prior to The Harry Fox Agency, John served as Digital Project Coordinator and Royalty Administrator at CMH Records in Los Angeles. He also worked as a touring and studio musician for several years in both New York and Los Angeles.
Amanda is the Senior Financial Analyst at Round Hill Music. Previously, from 2012 to 2014, Ms. Wang was a private equity associate at Greenbriar Equity Group, where she focused on middle-market leveraged buyouts in the transportation and transportation-related industries. From 2010 to 2012, she was an investment-banking analyst at Goldman Sachs in the Global Natural Resources Group, where she advised clients on mergers, acquisitions, debt, and equity transactions. Ms. Wang received a BBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan with concentrations in Finance and Accounting.