What do Stranger Things, Ariana Grande and the Grammys have in common?
Hannah Lux Davis Breaks Records
Monday February 11, 2019
Featured image of Hannah Lux Davis from Create & Cultivate. 2006 LAFS Alumna Hannah Lux Davis directed music videos for GRAMMY®-winning artists Ariana Grande and Kacey Musgraves This year’s Grammys was a night of firsts. In case you missed the televised ceremony, there were many magical moments celebrating the best entertainers in the industry. The […]
The Los Angeles Film School alumni!
It’s been quite a year for our alumni. Hannah Lux Davis (Film 2006) broke YouTube’s record for most views in 24 hours with Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next video. Andres Borda (Recording Arts 2010) won a Latin Grammy for engineering Carlos Vives’ album Vives. And Jordan Wilby (Recording Arts 2002) won another Primetime Emmy for his work on Netflix’s 1980s throwback series, Stranger Things.
At this year’s 61st Annual Grammy Awards, which takes place on Sunday, February 10, we’ll be rooting for our talented alumni who have credits on Grammy-nominated albums. Join us in celebrating their successes!
Graduates in Germany have the second highest rate of employment in Europe, according to statistics
Friday November 02, 2018
91% of education graduates during 2017 in Germany are engaged in the job market, making it the European country with the second highest rate of employment, Eurostat statistics show. Germany is a much-desired study destination and future employability accounts to its global attractiveness. Latest statistics published from the main European statistical body Eurostat reveal that […]
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And The Nominees Are…
Hannah Lux Davis
Ariana Grande’s album, Sweetener, was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album. Hannah Lux Davis (Film 2006) directed the video single Breathin from the album.
As a special note, Hannah’s latest collaboration with Ariana Grande, the music video Thank U, Next, was released last month and received 55.4 Million views on YouTube in the first 24 hours! This set a YouTube record! This is a huge accomplishment for director and LAFS alumna, Hannah Lux Davis.
Jaycen Joshua (LARS 2003) was the mixer for Camila Cabello’s Camila, which was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album. Included on the album, was the single Havana, which also received a nomination for Best Pop Solo Performance.
Jaycen also mixed Toni Braxton’s Sex and Cigarettes, which was nominated for Best R&B Album. Over the past 15 years, Jaycen has had astonishing success, mixing over 100 RIAA Gold and Platinum albums for artists including Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Rihanna, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Wiz Khalifa, Michael Jackson and many, many more!
Insight into the Music Industry with Jen Deleone
Tuesday February 26, 2019
Exclusive Music Industry Panel with DJ Skee, Will Dzombak, The Company Man, Tuo Clark and host Jen Deleone The Los Angeles Film School hosted a panel of music industry experts in the Main Theatre last week. Students got the inside scoop on entertainment etiquette with industry guru Jen Deleone and four guest experts. The panelists […]
ASRA 2010 alumnus Andres Borda, who picked up a Latin Grammy in Las Vegas a few months ago for engineering Carlos Vives’ album Vives (Best Tropical Latin Album), is coming back to the US. Vives was nominated for Best Latin Pop Album.
The soundtrack for Stanger Things was nominated for Best Compilation Soundtrack, and Jordan Wilby (LARS 2002) was the Sound Effects Editor for every episode of the production. Earlier in the year, he received a Primetime Emmy for his work.
Marco Sonzini (LARS 2009) has an engineering credit on Janelle Monae’s Dirty Computer album, which is nominated for Album of the Year.
His experience in the studio includes recording and mixing sessions for, among others, Alejandra Guzmán, Kevin Bacon, John Mayer, Draco Rosa, Romina Power, Alessandra Amoroso, Joe Bastianich and Disney.
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