Connie founded ThinkSync Music sixteen years ago as a one-stop music creative consultancy and licensing service for films, trailers, commercials, TV, viral content and in-store playlists. Connie now oversees the Music Supervision team at ThinkSync which works across feature films, TV series and documentaries through to theatrical trailers and promotional pilots.
Recent projects include: The Netflix series “The Ripper”, Sarah Gavron’s “Rocks”, Harry Wootliff’s “Only you”, Hong Khaou’s “Monsoon”, Euros Lyn’s “Dream Horse” and Nick Moran’s “Creation Stories”.
Past projects include: Andrew Haigh’s award winning “45 Years” and “Lean on Pete”, Peter Mackie Burn’s “Rialto” as well as the adaptation of Martin Amis’s “London Fields” starring Billy Bob Thornton and Amber Heard. Other selected music supervision projects include Tom Harper’s remake of “The Borrowers”, Carol Morley’s “Dreams of a Life” for Film4, Hong Khaou’s “Lilting” which opened Sundance 2014 and SXSW Grand Jury winner “Gimme the Loot”.
Theatrical trailer and international TV/promo work: ThinkSync Music are the in house music consultant for Empire Design as well as Music consultants at the UK office of LA based Ignition Creative and UK based Picture Production Company.
ThinkSync undertook the music supervision on international promo and theatrical trailer campaigns for films and TV shows including “1917”, “Hobbs and Shaw”, “Jurassic World”, “Trolls World Tour”, “Emma”, “The Day Shall Come”, “I May Destroy You”, “Peaky Blinders” and “Killing Eve”.
Please see www.thinksyncmusic.com for more examples of Connie’s recent work.