Music Alternatives is a synchronization agency & publishing company run by Scott Cresto. Previously, Scott Cresto was the Senior Vice President of Film & TV and A&R for Chrysalis Music Group USA where he ran the company’s sync department in charge of placing their artists’ music in film, television, commercials, video games, trailers, soundtracks and special markets. He oversaw the company’s synchronization licensing activities and was also involved in discovering and signing new talent, including Beach House, JBM, TV On The Radio, Correatown, Richard Walters, Psapp and songwriter Andy Stochansky (Shannon Noll, Goo Goo Dolls, Josh Groban).
Prior to joining Chrysalis, Scott served as Director of Film & Television at Warner/Chappell Music. His background also includes stints in the music department of Rysher Entertainment and in independent radio promotion.
Vice President, Licensing
A Los Angeles native, Jessica Hobbs graduated from the University of California at Berkeley. Moving back to Los Angeles after college, she initially worked at a film production company, The Forge, before moving into music publishing. For almost twenty years, Jessica has been a senior clearance and licensing executive working in multiple medias. Jessica served as Vice President, Synchronization Licensing at Chrysalis Music and she and her team were responsible for negotiating and licensing deal for TV, film, commercial, video game and new-media projects. Prior to heading the licensing department at Chrysalis, she worked at Warner/Chappell Music for 7 years.
Luke Hall is a Portland, Oregon based singer/songwriter, audio engineer, producer, artist manager and music educator. Born in Nebraska and the son of an opera singer, he lived all over the world as a military brat before calling southern Oregon home in 1999. In 2009 he received a B.S. in Music Industry from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and worked in music publishing until 2013 when he returned to Oregon. While in LA he worked for S1 Songs, Chrysalis, Bug and BMG in Film/TV and A&R. His current musical projects include the solo venture Last Home and Kidd Bayou, a duo with singer/songwriter Joey Colando. He also works with Nature\\Nurture, a Portland-based management company, and My Voice Music, a nonprofit music education organization.
A native of Los Angeles, Evan gained interest in pursuing a career in the music industry shortly after he began learning to play guitar as an early teen and became enveloped in music. He decided to carry out this pursuit by earning a bachelor’s degree in Music Industry Studies from California State University, Northridge. As part of his studies, he began interning at Music Alternatives in the summer of 2014, and has since become a member of the creative team, holding a music coordinator position. When he isn’t working or spending evenings rehearsing and playing shows with his handful of musical projects, Evan enjoys delving into other sectors of the arts including photography, architecture, and graphic design.
|ROCKO – The Enforcer||CLARA – The Loller||OLIVE – The Racer|
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|Loves ball||Barks occasionally||Loves chasing small animals|
|Hates squirrels||Sleeps a lot||Listens to NPR|