KARRA is a songwriter, vocal producer, and artist based in Los Angeles, CA signed to Ultra Music. KARRA has written songs for Steve Aoki, Alan Walker, Bella Thorne, Far East Movement, Sam Feldt, Krewella, among others. KARRA has written, produced, and performed music for Marvel Studios, ABC’s Dancing With The Stars, Oxygen Network, among other networks and studios worldwide. As a vocalist, KARRA has been recognized as one of the highest performing vocalist and artists on Splice with her two vocal sample packs. In November, KARRA teamed up with iZotope and Splice to premier and showcase the new vocal plug in called Nectar 3.
Cameron Walker is a songwriter, producer, vocalist, and artist based in Los Angeles, CA signed to Kobalt Music. Cameron has written songs for artists such as Lindsey Stirling, Sabrina Carpenter, All Time Low, Set It Off, among others. Cameron has written, produced, and performed music for companies such as Apple, T Mobile, Hershey’s, Royal Caribbean International, among other companies worldwide. In addition, Cameron has written, produced, and performed music for networks such as ABC, NBC, 20th Century Fox, ESPN, Disney, Sony Pictures, among other networks and motion picture companies worldwide.
Jordan Witzigreuter is a platinum songwriter, producer, and artist based in Los Angeles, CA. He has released music as The Ready Set since 2010 on Warner Bros Records, Razor & Tie Records, and Hopeless Records. He has written and produced songs for artists such as Lindsey Stirling, DREAMERS, The Mowgli’s, Call Me Karizma, among others. He has written, produced, and performed songs for Disney Christopher Robin, Sony Pictures’ The Smurfs, T Mobile, GoPro, among other companies and brands worldwide. Jordan launched the new project Onlychild in March with the new single “Lost” that is out now on all streaming platforms.
Allie Crystal is a songwriter, producer, vocalist, and artist based in New York, NY signed to Ultra Publishing. She has written songs for Robinson, Nicky Romero, Borgeous, Jordyn Jones, among others. She has written, produced, and performed songs for HBO, Starbucks, T Mobile, among other brands, networks, and companies. Allie released her debut vocal sample pack on Splice in May 2018.
TWIN XL is an indie rock band based out of Los Angeles, CA signed to RED Music / Sony Music Global. Their debut single “Good” was released in September 2018 which was used in the Royal Bank of Canada commercial campaign. “Good” has been heard in the latest season of The Resident on FOX also on Sirius XM’s Alt Nation Radio. The band’s follow up single “Sunglasses” was released in November 2018. Their new single '“Friends” is out now and their debut EP “How To Talk To Strangers" is out now.
Animal Fiction is an indie/rock band from Los Angeles, CA lead by singer and musician Julian Walker. The band released their debut self-titled EP in 2012. Since then the band has released five albums and their music has been heard in The Diary Of Wimpy Kid - The Long Haul Movie, Disney Christopher Robin, Lucifer on Fox, LA to Vegas on Fox, among other spots with networks, commercials, and advertisements. The band’s current single “Walk It Off” was used in the trailer for the “In A Relationship” film. The band will release a brand new album with a new touring schedule in 2019.
John Couch is Apple's First Vice President of Education. He has also been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters and a Leadership in Innovation Award from Philadelphia University. He is the co-author of the science research associates textbook, Compiler Construction: Theory and Practice. His new book, “Rewiring Education, How Technology Can Unlock every Student’s Potential” is available on Amazon which proposes a new pedagogy for K-12 education. He has taught courses at both University of California, Berkeley and at Cal State San Jose. Couch began his professional career in 1972 as a software engineer at Hewlett-Packard, and held various software management positions. In 1978 he became Apple’s 54th employee, as Director of New Products reporting to Steve Jobs. He was Apple’s first Vice President of Software and Vice President/General Manager for the Lisa division, Apple’s first GUI Computer. In 1985, he turned his focus to education at the Santa Fe Christian Schools where he turned the debt-laden private school into one of the first examples of how the creative use of technology can revolutionize learning in the classroom. Under his leadership as Chairman of the, the school’s annual losses were annulled as the student body grew from 150 to 1000 while the school’s modest facilities were expanded to a new 17-acre site. Today SFC is a blue ribbon school at the lower, middle and upper schools. Prior to his 2002 return to Apple, Couch was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of DoubleTwist Inc, a leading provider of genomic information and bioinformatics analysis technologies that made headlines as the first company to provide a comprehensive annotation of the human genome. The year before joining DoubleTwist, he was Executive in Residence for Mayfield Fund, where he provided strategic planning, management and technology advice to technology companies. At Steve’s request John returned to Apple in 2002, as Apple’s First Vice President of Education responsible for Sales and Marketing growing Apple’s Education business to 9.5 billion over ten years. He was the creator of iTunes U, a platform for the distribution of content and curriculum to more than 150 countries. Today, John presents at numerous national and international conferences on learning. Also has 25 songs on iTunes and Spotify. John has been recognized world-wide as a speaker for education, social justice, and technology.
The Sloppy Okapi
The Sloppy Okapi is a children’s project created by Keith Bosco and illustrated by Taylor Patterson. The project launched in October of 2017 with the release of the self-titled book. The Sloppy Okapi will release the next section of the project in 2019.