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, NETFLIX’s Someone Great, the EPIX series Godfather of Harlem, STARZ drama P-Valley, and Max hit And Just Like That, to name a few.
In 2013, she founded Bonfire Collective. Owned and operated by Stephanie, the company emerged as a sought-after music supervision company. 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 Bonfire Collective in 2020. Under the Raedio banner, she leads a diverse group of music supervisors and oversees an extensive slate of projects. Raedio has been recognized by the Guild of Music Supervisors with nominations and wins for many of these projects including Max series Sweet Life, Rap Sh!T and Starz P-Valley. In addition, she presides over a growing library of cues and copyrights created exclusively by BIPOC composers, and writers.
GMS 2023: Music Supervision Film & TV Deep Dive with Stephanie Diaz-Matos
Thursday, October 12, 2023, 5:00 PM
GMS Award winning music supervisor Stephanie Diaz Matos has done it all…but she's far from done.
From working at legendary indie label London Records to music supervising in advertising at McGarry Bowen, co-founding Search Party Music, music supervising high-level TV series like Baz Lurhmann’s NY based birth of hip-hop series “The Get Down” to the Emmy-nominated drama series “P-Valley” to her current position as the head of Issa Rae’s music company Raedio, she has crafted an unbelievable career to date.
Please join us for a deep dive into her music supervision work as we look at Stephanie’s clips and discuss some of the favorite supe moments as well as what’s it’s like working with a multi-hyphenate talent like Issa Rae.