Founder, 1803 LLC; Columnist, Variety
Andrew Hampp is a brand partnerships specialist, content strategist and journalist who founded consultancy 1803 LLC in 2018. Bringing over a decade of senior roles in New York and Los Angeles to his current home base in the Bay Area, Andrew works with blue chip clients across the media, advertising, music, data and nonprofit spectrum, utilizing a wide range of capabilities to help them achieve their goals. Current clients include brand Innovators Splice, Blue Note Records, Brand New: A Collective and Variety, where he writes the weekly column Songs for Screens about music supervision for film, TV and commercials. Andrew is also a founding “Court” member of Do The WeRQ, an organization dedicated to the advancement of inclusion for the LGTBQ+ community within advertising companies and creative work itself.
Prior to founding 1803 LLC, Andrew spent three years with MAC Presents as VP-Brand Strategist, where he brokered partnerships between A-list artists and Fortune 100 brands, including programs with Chance The Rapper, Khalid and Andra Day and companies like Citi, Bud Light and Samsung. Andrew spent a decade as a senior contributor and editor with Billboard and Advertising Age, and has been quoted for his expertise on the business of music by dozens of national publications.
GMS 2020: Music Supervision & The 2020 Election: Political Campaign Music & PSAs Getting Out the Vote
10/15/20, 5:00 PM
In the run up to the 2020 election, campaign music is front and center, being used both legally and illegally. Add the proliferation of “get out the vote” PSAs to the mix and it’s clear that music is powering the message of this most unusual year. Learn how it all happens from key agency executives helping to get this music created.