Leah Streetman Pro
Leah Streetman- Music Supervisor (Film, TV & Trailers)
With over 25 years experience in the synchronization music industry, Leah is a distinguished industry executive and a Film/TV creative music & licensing expert. Her company, Triton Creative Group specializes in Music Supervision, Development + Music Strategy for Film, TV, Advertising and the uniquely complex area of Trailer Music. Triton offers a wide range of industry consultation including: Music Supervision (creative + licensing), custom trailer music, executive music strategy and "One-To-One" customized, individual consultation. Triton is currently in development on new, music focused Film, TV + Theatre projects.
Prior to Triton, Leah was head of marketing music for all of HBO’s Original Programming (Scripted & Documentary), such as Euphoria, The White Lotus, House Of the Dragon, Insecure, Westworld, The Undoing, TINA, American Utopia and Music Box. Before HBO, Leah was Music Supervisor for EPIX Network’s (MGM’s premium channel) marketing campaigns, and lead the sync team as Vice President of Film + TV Creative Music for Universal Music Group’s Republic and Motown Records. While at UMG, she oversaw creative music placement in film, tv, advertising, and videogames for artists like: Florence + The Machine, The Weeknd, Jessie J, Pearl Jam, Gotye, Ariana Grande, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Akon, Lorde, Colbie Caillat, Jack Johnson, Of Monsters And Men, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Prince, Black Sabbath, and Amy Winehouse.
Securing creative music placements and partnerships with every facet of film studio, tv network, trailer house, video game and ad agency, Leah is an industry expert. Some past collaborators include: HBO, Showtime, EPIX Network, MTV Networks, NBC, ABC, CBS, CW, FOX, Warner Bros, Paramount, Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, EA Sports, Ubisoft, ESPN, MLB, Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper, Victoria’s Secret, Nike, Shazam, Microsoft, Apple, Tribeca and Sundance Film Festivals.
As a leading Film + TV music executive, Leah’s previous speaking appearances include: SXSW Music Conference, NARIP, NYU Continuing Education, Billboard Film & TV Music Conference, Sync Summit, Mondo.NYC, Live The Biz, and Indie Grants sponsored by the South Carolina Film Commission.