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The Office

Here at Singing Serpent,

 
We don’t have typical desk jobs. When we turn in paperwork, we turn in set-lists and sheet music. When we go on a business trip, we go on tour. The Singing Serpent team is vibrant, determined, and enthusiastic. We know we have the unique privilege of clocking in and doing what we know how to do best: make music. Since 2000, we have been building up a team of talented creatives who share similar standards of authenticity, thoughtfulness, tenacity and consistency. Though we’re fun, light-hearted people, we’re serious about our work––and we never quite clock out.
 
  • Dennis Culp

    A producer, touring musician, composer, manager and trombonist, Dennis heads up Singing Serpent’s New York branch.

  • Tim Wood

    Our Swiss Army knife, Tim fills the role of business affairs manager, tinkerer, producer, aesthete and friend of all things fender.

  • Ben Moore

    Doubling as house engineer while running his own shop within our walls, Ben's diverse list of clients such as Ravi Shankar, Rocket From The Crypt and Burt Bacharach, has truly earned him his title of “The Hardest Working Man in San Diego Music”.

  • Kenseth Thibideau

    When Kenseth isn't turning wood or writing ditties at the office, he's touring the globe mercilessly with his post-rocking marshmallow jazz and experimental sounds.

  • Chris Cory

    Chris Cory is our one-of-a-kind, saxophone-playing CFO extraordinaire.

  • Glen Galloway

    Outside of being an avid surfer, a Kombucha-enthusiast and an active touring musician, Glen is the wild brain behind Singing Serpent.

  • Jason Begin

    Sent into the New Mexico deserts on a fuzz-pedal pilgrimage, Jason found modular synthesizers and dry heat and fatherhood.

  • Danny McCarthy

    Danny is the keeper of the vaults, our librarian and song seeker. When he's not on set chasing down a role or gigging on boats or beach cliffs, he's goldmining for you.

  • Masaya Ozaki

    11 years ago a young thrill-seeker from Niigata, Japan emerged in the Boston Harbor and absorbed all the musical secrets of the western world, only to turn them all upside down.

  • Conor Meads

    With a Grandmother who composed commercial jingles and a Grandfather who booked the Beatles, it's clear that Conor was genetically engineered to farm earworms at Singing Serpent.

Around The Office

 

What we dO

Original Music and Sound Design

 

Final Mix for Broadcast

 

Music Supervision and Licensing

 

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