Workflow • "Getting Your SH!T Together"
These Days and Chicago-based experiential marketing agency Pro-Ject have teamed up produce Workflow, a collaborative live panel and podcast series that aims to spark instructive and honest conversation about attaining and maintaining success in the creative industries. For our third episode, our panel on the theme of “getting your shit together.”
Our third panel, held in late 2018 in front of a live audience and featured three individuals who’s perspectives are valuable for creatives looking to bring business and legal discipline to their endeavors. Music Supervisor Melissa Chapman (Co-Founder, Groove Garden), trial and entertainment lawyer Joe Klocke (SmithAmundsen, LLC) and attorney Eddie Sanders (Troglia Kaplan, LLC). Topics include music, film and entertainment law, music licensing & supervision, royalties, entity formation, intellectual property, forming an LLC (or partnership, operating agreement), protecting and monetizing content and more.
Melissa Chapman’s Groove Garden is a women owned & operated music supervision & licensing for firm (NYC/Chicago), commercial, TV and more. Two of our respective guests also host their own podcasts. Eddie Sanders co-hosts The Industry Standard, a podcast about entertainment law with co-host Josh Kaplan. Joe Klocke hosts The Flood, “the social circle” podcast. Past episodes of Workflow can be found on our Podcasts & Playlists page.
Produced by Pro-Ject and These Days
Engineered by Nick Stetina
Artwork by Kevin Shark
Photography by Kevin Gabrielsen
Intro/Outro Instrumental: "Sea of Clouds" by Lasko
Mixed by Patrick Welby
Hosted by Pro-Ject
Recap Video by 119 Productions
Video Music: “Flip Em” by Ness Heads (via Groove Garden)