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Mondo.NYC Speaker

Stephanie Diaz-Matos

Head of Music Supervision. Raedio

Award-winning music supervisor Stephanie Diaz-Matos not only oversees music supervision for high-profile film and television projects, but she also leads a diverse and dynamic team as Head of Music Supervision at Raedio. Her credits span everything from television series such as Baz Luhrmann’s The Get Down to the big screen blockbuster Uncle Drew, EMMY® Award-winning HBO historical drama Grey Gardens, celebrated romantic comedy The Vow, NETFLIX’s Someone Great, the EPIX series Godfather of Harlem, Hulu's Wu-Tang: An American Saga and Sara Bareilles’ Apple TV+ hit Little Voice, to name a few.

She went from A&R at London Records to launching Search Party with GRAMMY® Award winner Randall Poster to three years as Executive Music Producer at McGarry Bowen. In 2013, she founded Bonfire Collective. Owned and operated by Stephanie, the company emerged as a sought-after music supervision house. Lauding her contribution to The Get Down, the Guild of Music Supervisor Awards honored her with the award for “Best Music Supervision in a Television or Comedy'' in 2017. She became immersed in the Raedio ecosystem with the acquisition of her company Bonfire Collective. Under the Raedio banner, she has music supervised the Starz hit P-Valley and Hulu’s Woke with more projects on the horizon.

GMS 2020: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Always An Imperative

A inspirational look at music and visual media organizations that are proactively addressing systemic racial and gender bias in our industry as well as pathways toward enhancing opportunities for all. We bring together leaders from a wide range of areas within the industry for this candid discussion.