Juliet Martin has worked as a music publisher for over 15 years and established Silverstream Music in 2008, which provides a variety of services including publishing, composer representation and music supervision for film, TV and advertising. Juliet acts as publisher for Donal Lunny, Altan, Grand Pictures, Element Pictures and composers John Walsh and Stephen Rennicks amongst many more.
She has worked closely with numerous high-profile artists including Sinead O’Connor, De Dannan, Sharon Shannon and Declan O’Rourke She also worked in the marketing department of Indi Entertainment for some of Ireland’s biggest names in music and TV. Juliet provides music supervision services for some of Ireland’s biggest production companies and advertising agencies. Clients include Octagon Films (responsible for The Tudors, Love Hate) and advertising agency Irish International. Recent projects include ‘After the Dance’ with Roads Entertainment and she is currently working on the feature film ‘A Date for Mad Mary’ for Element Pictures.
Juliet also lecturers on the Masters (MA) in Scoring for Film & Visual Media for Pulse College, (Windmill Lane) in association with the DIT Conservatory of Music & Drama. She is also a publisher member of the board of IMRO
Kate McColgan has worked in the film and T.V. industry across development and production since 1998. She began as a freelance technician and has worked for Warner Brothers, Disney, Universal and Paramount Pictures across a number of films in various locations around the world, including Snow White and the Huntsman and Troy.
Leaving the freelance world, Kate began working for Parallel Films in the U.K. as a Production & Development Executive and then joined The Weinstein Company. While at The Weinstein Company, Kate was involved in the development, production and promotion of The King’s Speech, A Single Man, Blue Valentine, Inglorious Basterds and My Week with Marilyn. She then moved to MTV where she project managed the launch of MTV Arabia. Kate is also a member of the Law Society of Ireland.