goodpenny

Creativity for all

About

Goodpenny is a creative studio made up of equal parts editorial, visual effects, and musical talent. Goodpenny works across all forms of media with brands, agencies, production companies, and film studios to create engaging commercials, films, and online and branded content. Founded and headquartered in New York City, Goodpenny brings together award-winning and talented artists, composers, and editors to collaborate on and contribute to each stage of a project. From idea through post-production, Goodpenny is a progressive, multifaceted creative powerhouse. Click here for tech specs, capabilities, and studio info.

Edit

Capturing the creative vision of the world’s leading brands and directors, Goodpenny’s team of editors brings years of experience to each project. They’ve worked in comedy, high fashion, TV commercials, music videos, art installations, feature films, theater, documentaries, and live multimedia events, and they demonstrate their talent and dedication with some of the most vibrant and diverse projects in the industry today. 

VFX

The Goodpenny visual effects and design team excels at bringing a client’s vision to life. Our exceptional talent, combined with our state-of-the-art technologies, facilitates a seamless post-production process, enabling even greater creative expression while producing efficiencies for a timely and cost-effective workflow. We cover the gamut of VFX work, from beauty and fashion to drama and action, from color correction, high-end compositing and retouching to type design, CGI, and on-set supervision.

Music

Composing original music and bringing decades of success to the Goodpenny story, Goodpenny’s Grammy and Emmy-nominated team of composers, musicians, and engineers brings the creativity, skills, and insight needed to compose music for each and every project. Supported by our on-site live room and 5.1 mixing studio, the Goodpenny music team tackles a broad range of projects, from feature film scoring to songwriting & record production to TV commercials.

Work

Goodpenny is renowned in the production and advertising industries for being a creative boutique able to provide start-to-finish solutions for projects of all scopes. From web-focused episodic content to commercials and multimedia theatre pieces seen on Broadway, Goodpenny sees it all. To date, the three primary resources Goodpenny has offered to partners are production, post-production (editing/color correction/visual effects), and music services. Either à la carte or combined, bringing these aspects of the creative process together in one place gives clients and partners the confidence that their projects will be handled with the level of efficiency, creative excellence, and dedication they expect throughout their projects’ life cycles.

Team

Bruce AshleyPartner/Editor/Creative Director
Bruce AshleyPartner/Editor/Creative Director
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Australian born, Bruce has a passion for imagery, storytelling, and music. He has edited a broad range of content, including music videos, TV shows, promos, documentaries, and TV commercials. Noteworthy projects include the MTV “Buzz” TV series, video albums for Duran Duran and Enigma, the AIDS awareness documentaries “Red Hot & Dance” and “Red Hot & Cool,” more recently the Grammy nominated long form for Bruce Springsteen “Devils & Dust”, also concerts for U2 and David Bowie, amongst others.

Music video credits include Iggy Pop, Pearl Jam “Jeremy,” (MTV Best Video), Santana, INXS (Best Video), Bob Dylan, Lush, Jesus and Mary Chain, Love and Rockets, Madonna, and Los Lobos “Kiko,” (Best Breakthrough Video). Videos he recently crafted are The Girls’ “Lust for Life” director’s cut and the Oscar-winning track “Weary Kind” for the film “Crazy Heart.”

Commercial projects include spots for Guinness (Clio), Clinique (Clio), Elizabeth Arden, the NBA (One Show Pencil), Foster’s Beer (One Show Pencil), AT&T, Miller Breweries, Verizon, Astra Zeneca, Kohls, Colgate, Avon, and Tiffany & Co.

Bruce has worked with, been inspired by, and influenced by the likes of Russell Mulchay, Mark Pellington, Howard Greenhalgh, Steve Hiett, Arthur Elgort, Morten Sandtroen, Tim Pope, Matthew Ralston, Ellen von Unwerth, Marcus Raboy, Peter Lindberg, Danny Clinch, and Russell James.

Drawing upon the often intangibles of film language, sound, and imagery, Bruce strives to create engaging content exposing a narrative, mood, or humor that provokes the viewer’s sensibilities and resonates with the brand or filmaker’s intent.

Ashley is also a co-founder and partner of Goodpenny, along with Andrew Hollander.

Andrew HollanderFounder/Composer/Songwriter
Andrew HollanderFounder/Composer/Songwriter
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Andrew Hollander is a uniquely gifted songwriter, producer, and film composer. As a songwriter, Hollander contributed 2 songs, “Thankful” and “Always Be Your Girl,” to Celine Dion’s chart-topping November 2013 release, “Loved Me Back to Life,” which climbed to #1 in 31 countries. In 2014, he topped the charts again with Jacquie Lee’s debut single “Broken Ones,” co-written and co-produced by Hollander for the Atlantic Recording artist and “The Voice” Season 5 finalist. Hollander’s diversity as a musician is reflected in his eclectic choice of collaborators, including hit Brit imports The Chevin, Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter C. Gibbs, whom Rolling Stone called “a country brother of Tom Waits,” and G.E.M., for whom Hollander co-penned the #1 single in China, “Someday I’ll Fly.” Across his career, Hollander has worked with many esteemed artists, from New York Dolls frontman David Johansen to #1 Billboard dance artist Vassy, Babyface, and indie darlings White Rabbits. He was honored to play on three albums by his mentor, the legendary Yusef Lateef.

Named one of The Hollywood Reporter’s  “Composers On The Verge Of The A-List,” Hollander has composed scores and written songs for many acclaimed feature films, including 2012′s Sundance Audience Award-winning and box office record-breaking Mike Birbiglia film, “Sleepwalk With Me.” He also scored the smash hit “Waitress” (Fox Searchlight), written/directed by the late Adrienne Shelly and starring Keri Russell, Jeremy Sisto, Cheryl Hines, and Andy Griffith, for which he also co-wrote with Shelly “Baby Don’t You Cry (The Pie Song).” Both Hollander’s score and the song were shortlisted for the Academy Award. After hearing his music in “Waitress,” award-winning director Amy Schatz tapped Hollander to score the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning HBO series, “A Child’s Garden Of Poetry,” as well as “Don’t Divorce Me,” an HBO original documentary executive produced by Rosie O’Donnell and Sheila Nevins, featuring music by Hollander and The Roots. Hollander has been featured in Variety’s Music For Screens issue alongside Hans Zimmer and Michael Giacchino, sat on the prestigious Sundance BMI Composers Panel with George S. Clinton, Edward Shearmur, and Don Davis, and appeared as a featured panelist at the Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference, where other speakers included Sean Penn, Eddie Vedder, Judd Apatow, and Marco Beltrami.

Hollander is co-founder and CEO of Goodpenny, a NYC-based creative boutique where talents of all disciplines collaborate across all forms of technology and media.

Shirley RamosBusiness Development and Sales
Shirley RamosBusiness Development and Sales

Raised in Maryland but born in New York, it’s no wonder Shirley ended up back home in NYC, after almost a decade in mortgage finance (ranked 75 out of 10,000 loan originators at Wells Fargo) and publishing her memoir, “Thoughts of a Butterfly.” Prior to her success in mortgage finance, Shirley’s experience ranged from event planning/promoting, fundraising, assistant buying for a premiere department store, and hair coloring – all while attending The University of Maryland. She has an eclectic background with one underlying pattern: a passion for nurturing and elevating talent she believes in while cultivating lasting relationships.

Today, Shirley is more than sales and business development in advertising; she has the ability to see where people and markets intersect and translates these overlaps into success. Authenticity is key to her vision and core, and she is excited to bring these skills to Goodpenny.

Rasha ClarkPartner/Executive Producer
Rasha ClarkPartner/Executive Producer

Born and raised in the Middle East, surrounded by dozens of cultures and people from all parts of the world, Rasha has always been a people person who loves to travel anywhere and eat everything. She moved to NYC in 1997 and picked up a variety of jobs and experiences. She’s been an assistant kindergarten teacher, a butcher’s assistant and sandwich maker, a jeweler’s apprentice, and a door-to-door vacation sales woman, all before landing in the field of commericals.

Since then, she has post-produced at some of the best Edit and VFX companies in NYC, garnering an extensive amount of experience on spots for Nike, Calvin Klein, Adidas, Discovery Channel, Nokia, Fanta, Herbal Essences, Revlon, Verizon, Disney, McDonalds and Capitol One, to name a few.

Known for her big smile and her hot sauces, Rasha has always found producing as natural and thrilling as getting on stage (her 2nd passion) and relishes the similarities. Collaborating as part of a team, enabling others to shine, easing out the bumps along the way, and delivering a great final product, being EP at Goodpenny has her ebullient.

John MarinisEditor
John MarinisEditor
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John Marinis is the newest addition to the GP edit team, coming to us with vast experience and an upbeat and vibrant approach to editing. Throughout his career, he has worked at many of NYC’s top shops, including Crew Cuts, Cut+Run, and most recently, The Cutting Room. John has created exciting content for ESPN, Johnnie Walker, Olay, Hershey’s, YouTube, Kenneth Cole, Volkswagen, Tanqueray, and Nissan, to name a few. He’s collaborated with major agencies Grey, McGarryBowen, BBDO, DDB, BBH, Weiden & Kennedy, Mother, Goodby, and Saatchi & Saatchi, amongst others. He counts directors Mike Bigelow, Rob Sanders, David Gray, Mike Maguire, Jon Watts, Dennis Liu, Greg Kohs, Neil Tardio, Sasha Levinson, Rob Gilbert, and Jesper Hiro as some of his creative partners. John believes in collaboration and having fun on the way to creating the best possible spots.

David WolfertMusic Director/Composer/Songwriter
David WolfertMusic Director/Composer/Songwriter
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David is a Grammy and Emmy-nominated producer, composer, songwriter, and musician who has worked in film, advertising, broadcast television, and the record industry.

Some of David’s recent film scores include: “Smash His Camera,” a 2010 Sundance Selection, “Tim Richmond To The Limit,” part of ESPN’s 30 for 30 series, “Dale” (Paramount/ CMT), and one of the best-selling sports DVDs of all time, “Montana Meth” (HBO).

David’s songs have been recorded by numerous artists, including Whitney Houston, Dolly Parton, Dusty Springfield, The Four Tops, Cher, and Julio Iglesias Jr. David has also worked as an arranger, producer, and guitarist with many music icons, including Rod Stewart, Bette Midler, Whitney Houston, Elton John, Peter Criss, Jimmy Cliff, Gladys Knight, Johnny Cash, Harry Nilsson, The Temptations, Aretha Franklin, Dr. John, and more.

David’s recent television work includes the theme music for “Poker After Dark” and “Heads Up Poker” (NBC). He has also written the themes for “Pokémon,” and his catalog includes music for NFL Football, Nascar, The Martha Stewart Show, and Bringing Home Baby. He created the themes for numerous shows, including The Chris Matthews Show, the acclaimed PBS programs “Egg the Arts Show,” “Flashpoints,” and “Animorphs.” His promo work includes clients NBC Nightly News, Showtime, and the Discovery Channel.

David has also scored over a thousand commercials for virtually every major national advertiser and has won multiple Clios for his work.

David serves on the Advisory Board for the Songs of Love charity and the New York Steering Committee of the Society of Composers and Lyricists, and he has given Master Classes at the Berklee School of Music and the Newhouse School.

Ryan GaulProducer
Ryan GaulProducer

Growing up in New Jersey, but living in Los Angeles for the past 8 years, Ryan truly has an idea of life on both the left and right coasts. Starting his career in the live-action world, Ryan had the chance to work with some incredible commercial directors and traveled all over the country on different jobs. Even before landing in the world of media, Ryan nurtured a passion for travel and worked as an English teacher in the Dominican Republic, where he learned how to dance bachata and scale palm trees for coconuts.

After getting a feel for life abroad and on set in the States, Ryan moved into the post-production world and worked with well-established companies like Psyop, Digital Domain, and Method Studios. With a strong background in VFX, he has been credited on features such as Cloud Atlas, Oz the Great & Powerful, Tyson, and Ironman 3.

Outside of the office, you can find Ryan playing in the park with his two pitbulls, or at the local Irish pub chatting it up with strangers.

Dan “Bojo” BoujoulianFlame Artist/Chief Engineer
Dan “Bojo” BoujoulianFlame Artist/Chief Engineer

Dan Boujoulian comes from the shadow of the Motor City, born in Wayne County, Michigan. At 8 years old, he was already taking IBM-PCs and TRS-80s apart. His fascination with technology soon lead to splitting RCA cables to record sounds from his new creations, and wiring the family camcorder to the VCR and the home entertainment center to make videos for high school projects soon thereafter. In 1999, Dan graduated with a Film/Video Animation degree from Grand Valley State University and worked nights transferring 8mm film home movies to video and programming DVDs and interactive media at Digital Media Services in Grand Rapids, MI. For the next 6 years, he worked with Universal Images in Detroit, and in 2002, with animator Jason Roth, formed the VisualNoiz collaborative collective. Dan also honed his skills in Chicago, at Avenue Edit/Somersault Animation, before finally taking a bite of the Big Apple in 2007, working at PSYOP Animation and later in the online department at Red Car. Some of Dan’s credits include direction on the music video, “Fear and Loathing of Los Angeles” for Marvin The Robot, editing on the “Sometimes” video for Christine Hoberg, co-direction and editing on “Bright Lights” for Shamar Forté, and production and acting for Jason Roth’s “Too Dead to Die,” a mobster movie that quickly becomes a zombie flick. 
Dan is currently editing and coloring “Awaken” with director Cameron Michael and editing “Sunset” for R&B/Pop singer Lydia Caesar.

Sven HerrmannEditor
Sven HerrmannEditor
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Raised in Mexico City, fluent in English, Spanish, and German, and adept in TV, film, music videos, and documentaries, Herrmann is well-known for his strong creative vision built on expertise in many disciplines. With a natural eye for storytelling and more than 15 years experience working with agencies in both the general and Hispanic markets, Herrmann has cut for General Motors, Coca Cola, American Express, FedEx, Nissan, McDonald’s, Kraft Foods, Colgate-Palmolive, Pepsi, AT&T, Bacardi, Kellogg’s, and Sony Music. Earlier this year, Herrmann won two Gold ADDY awards for a Verizon FiOS spot. When he is not working, you can find Herrmann spreading his wings as a recreational pilot.

Lawrence ManchesterSenior Engineer/Mixer
Lawrence ManchesterSenior Engineer/Mixer
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Whether recording a Hollywood film score with a 90-piece orchestra for a Martin Scorsese film, tracking vocals with Beyonce, engineering the Spider-Man cast album for Bono & The Edge, or mixing Fashion Rocks in 5.1 to a TV audience of millions, Lawrence Manchester’s experience, versatility, and sheer professionalism as a producer, mixer, and engineer have made him one of the most in-demand talents in NYC.

To date, this 2010 Grammy nominee has engineered the scores for three Academy Award-winning films: “The Departed,” “Frida,” and “The Red Violin.” He’s collaborated with some of today’s most accomplished composers (Danny Elfman, Carter Burwell, Marc Shaiman, Elliot Goldenthal, and Howard Shore) and finest directors (Ang Lee, Julie Taymor, and The Coen Brothers). Gold and Platinum records he’s worked on include John Fogerty’s “The Long Road Home” and the soundtrack to the movie musical “Across The Universe.”

Lawrence is also the music mixer for NBC’s Emmy-nominated “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,” where he’s mixed live performances by The Roots, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Green Day, Mumford and Sons, Vampire Weekend, Keith Urban, Public Enemy, Dave Matthews Band, The Dead Weather, My Morning Jacket, and The Muppets.

In the studio, Lawrence has engineered records for Grammy-winning producers Phil Ramone, Steve Lillywhite, T-Bone Burnett, and Jack Douglas. In addition, he has recorded some of the biggest and most varied artists of our time, including Diana Krall, Justin Timberlake, Sondre Lerche, Art Garfunkel, Regina Spektor, Nellie McKay, Ron Carter, Patti LuPone, and The Chevin. As a producer, Lawrence has worked with Michael Moore, Kelli O’Hara, Sutton Foster, and The David Brass Band.

Originally from Maine, Lawrence’s work has taken him around the world from Los Angeles to Kiev, Paris to Bangkok, Amsterdam to Quito, Melbourne to London, and Sao Paulo to Prague, while New York City is always his home.

Adam CruzController
Adam CruzController

Adam’s first major entry into the business came in 1988 with the opportunity to work at Broadcast Arts, a New York-based commercial/SFX production house. Broadcast Arts was renowned for producing a variety of high-profile commercials, such as “Bud Light – Super Bowls,” and a variety of music videos, from “Alan Parsons Project – Don’t Answer Me”  to the opening credits of Madonna’s “Who’s That Girl.” Broadcast Arts was also responsible for the first season of the television series “Pee-Wee’s Playhouse.”

Between 1994 and 1995, Adam was a media teacher for four semesters at the state-run institute Neon, Inc. (a non-profit organization). As a teacher, he taught his students to study and understand media in all its forms and guided them in producing independent projects by training them in all the aspects of film and video production, including editing.

During this time, he also served as the associate producer on “Palante! Siempre, Palante!,” a 60-minute documentary focused on the history of the social activists’ group the Puerto Rican Young Lords.

In 1996, Adam became the assistant to the CFO at Curious Pictures. During his time there, he oversaw aspects of both the financial and production divisions of the entertainment/production company (including Curious Toys) while it produced television commercials and original programming. He has worked on a number of diverse projects, such as “Sheep in the Big City,” the animated Christmas special “Little Spirit,” “A Little Curious” for HBO, “Kids Next Door” for Cartoon Network, and “Little Einstein” for the Disney Channel, to name a few.

Preceding his association with Goodpenny, Adam was part of the team which developed Lajit software, a web-based production accounting software for the entertainment industry.

Maria Celeste GarrahanCutting Assistant
Maria Celeste GarrahanCutting Assistant

In 2006, Maria Celeste packed her bags and left sunny, warm Puerto Rico for NYC to pursue her passion for filmmaking.

After graduating in 2010 from NYU’s Tisch film program, she began freelancing at HITN, a bilingual TV station in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Within months, Mari secured a position editing one of the two original weekly shows produced at the station. She also gained experience shooting live and studio events, creating graphics in After Effects, writing and editing promos, and managing media in general.

Mari then began freelancing at Manhattan commercial post-production houses TruTV and East Pleasant before landing at Goodpenny. With clients such as P&G, Gold’s Gym, Tiffany’s, Colgate, Swiffer, Hershey’s, and Direct TV, amongst others, Mari has immersed herself in the entertainment and broadcast industries. She was also one of the two editors of a feature length experimental film called “Not Me, Murphy,” which debuted at MIX 26, The 26th New York Queer Experimental Film Festival. She continues to write and produce media of her own, taking inspiration from whatever environment she is in, thriving within the complexities of the urban grey matter and always keeping her work interesting and relevant.

Sylvette ArtinianEditor
Sylvette ArtinianEditor
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Sylvette Artinian believes in storytelling with a specialty in visual and dialogue-driven spots in a number of areas, including fashion, children, cars, health, and financial institutions. As a Creative Editor for commercials, documentaries, and film, she has extensive experience working on major national and international campaigns for clients such as Oriflame, Wella, Head and Shoulders, Johnson and Johnson, Mercedes, Acura, Mazda, Hyundai, Buick, GM, Ralph Lauren, Kleenex, Humana, Charles Schwab, Macy’s, United Health, St Paul, H&R Block, Olay, Zest, Lenscrafters, Blue Cross, Dunkin Donuts, Ebel, Chex Cereal, 9 West, Coke, Pantene, Pinnacle, Yoplait, Dannon, Liz Sport, Tide, Marie Calendars, Eli Lilly, AAA Travel, Levi’s, Mattel, and more. She is also fluent in French and some Spanish.

Lee SalevanMixer/Studio Manager
Lee SalevanMixer/Studio Manager

Lee is an audio engineer who has worked in film, commercials, and music. With a Master’s degree from New York University in Music Technology, he has taken on roles in producing, engineering, and post-production. Lee was the supervising sound editor and re-recording mixer for the award-winning film “This is Where We Live.” “This is Where We Live” screened at 12 festivals, premiering at SXSW and winning a Best Narrative Feature at the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival. He enjoys things with sound and particularly enjoys collaborating with other people to create nice things with those sounds.

Jess TurnerDigital Marketing
Jess TurnerDigital Marketing

Jess has been writing music since age 13 and is also a classically trained pianist, cellist, guitarist, and dancer. She has spent summers studying music at the Boston University Tanglewood Institute, Northwestern University, Berklee College of Music, and the North Carolina School of the Arts, before getting a BA at Princeton University with a concentration in English literature. Jess manages the complex and exciting world of digital marketing for Goodpenny while maintaining a career as a performing singer-songwriter in the New York City area.

AJ ClarkCutting Assistant
AJ ClarkCutting Assistant
Bob JenkisEditor
Bob JenkisEditor
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Bob started his career as an editor during the seminal days of MTV. He credits his 14 years of classical piano training and a fascination for his father’s home darkroom with creating the foundation for a lifelong love affair with music, film, and photography.

At Propaganda Films, he honed his craft working with directors such as David Fincher, Dominic Sena, Mark Romanek, Herb Ritts, Matthew Rolston, Alex Proyas, and David Lynch. Credits include projects for Michael Jackson, Madonna, Sting, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Janet Jackson, Tom Petty, Prince, En Vogue, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, and Steve Miller, amongst many others.

Bob contributed to the Oscar-winning documentary “Genocide.” He also spent a season as Supervising Editor and Associate Producer for David Lynch and Mark Frost’s documentary series, “American Chronicles,” receiving an Emmy nomination for the pilot.

When he moved into advertising, Bob found a new creative niche and became an integral partner for directors Bob Gordon, Tony Kaye, Eric Saarinen, Zack Snyder, David Kellogg, and more. He has cut spots for a host of clients: Nike, Visa, Coke, Jeep, Ford, Cadillac, Mitsubishi, Siemens, Outback Steakhouse, Sprite, and countless others. He has twice won a Gold Clio for editing and has been honored by the AICP.

Bob’s approach to editing is guided as much by the narrative and music as by the images themselves. Clarity of the message as well as the flow of image and sound are the driving principles behind his work.

GPLive

In October 2012, Goodpenny launched its first content series, “Goodpenny Live.” Goodpenny is honored to be collaborating in this exciting project with legendary producer Phil Ramone, who has 14 Grammy Awards and an incredible list of artists he’s worked with to his name. Ramone has been involved in the careers of Paul McCartney, Bono, Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Simon and Garfunkel, and Madonna, to name a few.

“Goodpenny Live” features candid conversations with some of the greatest talents and most curious and inventive minds in the music, film, media, and technology industries. These conversations are recorded in front of a live audience at Goodpenny’s studios and then shared through our online presence and partner sites. To date, we’ve filmed 4 webisodes and featured artists and thinkers such as:

  • Mark Pellington (director)
  • Peter Cincotti (singer-songwriter)
  • Jesse Harris (singer-songwriter)
  • Jennifer Tzar (photographer, musician)
  • Jincey Lumpkin (entrepreneur)
  • Greg Garing (singer-songwriter)
  • Johann Carlo (actress, artist)
  • Christian Gibbs (singer-songwriter)
  • The Chevin (band)
  • James Belfer (producer)
  • Emily Best (entrepreneur)
  • Lilibet Foster (director)
  • Kat Edmonson (singer-songwriter)
  • Sonya Kitchell (singer-songwriter)

Blog

    • Jacquie @ Goodpenny!

      Jacquie @ Goodpenny!

      Jacquie performed a haunting version of “Broken Ones” in our very own Goodpenny Studios a couple weeks ago. Check out the beautiful video, with GP’s Andrew Hollander on keys.

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    • JoJo is back!

      JoJo is back!

      We have even more good news from Andy and Dana – for all of you who’ve missed her (like us) – JoJo is working on a new album! We’re so excited to hear what comes of her LA writing sessions with Andy and Dana.

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    • Jacquie’s First Single!

      Jacquie’s First Single!

      “Broken Ones” is finally out! We’re so excited to share the first single from the talented “Voice” alum, written by GP’s Andrew Hollander and Dana Parish and recorded in our studios. Take a listen and be blown away by Jacquie’s powerful and beautiful voice, just like we were.

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    • Jacquie Lee from “The Voice!”

      Jacquie Lee from “The Voice!”

      The crazy talented Jacquie Lee from Season 13 of “The Voice” was tracking vocals with producer Andrew Hollander in the Goodpenny Studios yesterday, finishing vocals for a song penned by Hollander, Dana Parish, and Andy Love. Everyone had a great time, including Lucy, the studio mascot!

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    • Happy New Year!

      Happy New Year!

      We have a feeling 2014 is going to be a great year for Goodpenny, thanks to our growing list of talent. We are so excited that John Marinis (Editor), Sven Herrmann (Editor), Ryan Gaul (Producer), Shirley Ramos (Business Development), Dan Boujoulian (Flame Artist), and Maria Celeste Garrahan (Cutting Assistant) joined us in 2013, and we can’t wait to see what they bring to the table in 2014!

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    • Andy, Dana, and Celine Dion!

      Andy, Dana, and Celine Dion!

      GP’s Andrew Hollander and Dana Parish backstage with Celine Dion last night at “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon!” They wrote 2 songs for her upcoming release (“Loved Me Back to Life,” out Nov. 5). In case you didn’t catch it, check out her amazing performance, mixed by GP’s Lawrence Manchester, and be sure to pick up the album next week.

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