Briana Prevost specialties: music supervision, licensing & publishing
More recently, I have been increasingly interested in music clearances and the business involved in licensing music to film and TV. So, while studying Arts Journalism as a graduate student at Syracuse University, I have decided to specialize in music supervision, licensing and publishing to understand both the creative and the business side of choosing the perfect piece of music to accompany visuals. This concentration has driven me to found MusiCuse Central Library, the central database for Syracuse film/television/photo/advertising students to be able to download loopable original music for their visual projects that's composed completely of SU student composers. It's still in the development stages, but I'm excited for what's to come.
My experience spans all areas of the media spectrum. I have experience clearing all forms of media (photos, footage, and music), editing sound clips and music in ProTools, posting and editing articles online (Drupal 6), assigning, writing and editing features and reviews, conceptualizing and directing editorial sections of a magazine in pre-development, using Photoshop, InDesign and Quark to design and layout newspaper and magazine sections, producing and editing audio podcast interviews using Audacity, on-camera hosting and editing broadcast videos using Final Cut Pro, managing several social media accounts and have even taken photos for various events that I've covered.
I learn fast, take direction well and organize every aspect of my life. I'm also completely obsessed with the color tangerine, cell phone cases, CDs (yes, they still make those), Degrassi, Supernatural, the Saints (Who Dat!), eos lip balm and of course, the beloved fleur-de-lis.
So, now that you know a little bit more about me, take a look around the site at my clips, photos, videos and designs to see a sneak peek at my work!