Managing Director, Sixty Four Music
Rebecca Grierson is a New York-based music supervisor, DJ & Managing Director of Sixty Four Music, a creative agency renowned for Oscar-nominated feature films including "The Favourite," "The Killing of the Sacred Deer" and "The Lobster." She is a Founder of Sixty Four Talent, an agency dedicated to diverse and under-represented composers. Rebecca has worked on BBC films and documentaries including "Upstream" with German Composer Hauschka, "A Vow from Hiroshima," BBC Children's Series "Wolfblood" and multiple films with Director Sarah Clift including "La Madre Buena," receiving 55 international awards including Sundance, Cannes, a BAFTA and SXSW. Rebecca advocates for Free The Work, challenging systemic inequalities in film and TV, she curated the Composer database in 2018. Rebecca has a degree in film making from Liverpool John Moore's, and started her career as a BBC Radio Producer in 2001 producing shows for the BBC for Gilles Peterson, Mary Anne Hobbs, Zane Lowe and Pete Tong. She has worked with some of the world's best sound and mix engineers and musicians, producing multiple shows and live sessions for the BBC. She is represented by Jonathan Clark, Kraft Engel Management.