Julian Garcia Reig
Creator of WWMU and one of the Co-Founders of the organization. He began to work professionally at the age of 16, composing music for television, radio and theater in addition to producing all kinds of music. In the last 15 years he has been leading projects related to musical coordination, production and sound engineering for some of the largest multimedia corporations worldwide, including Fox and Disney Channel among others. He attended the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina, and continued his studies taking several courses on innovation and creativity at Harvard University. In September of 2014 he started WWMU with the creation of the first Virtual Team, coordinating musicians from around the world.
Musician, producer, and Co-Founder of WWMU. Daniel has been making music for as long as he can remember. Early piano lessons gave way to noisy drumming in the basement, which eventually led to the lifelong journey of playing in bands. When recording himself and others became a priority, Daniel attended SAE Institute in Los Angeles for a degree in audio engineering and music production. He also began exploring new instruments, assembling a mobile recording studio, and composing for film and television. Music has led him to some of the most important relationships and experiences of his life, and nothing makes him happier than collaborating with other artists to bring creative dreams into reality.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Director of Development (Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation); former Assistant Director (Paul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Gang Fund, Inc.); "The Sheriff" at Paxico Records and the Paxico Blues Festival
Senior Producer of Public Engagement and Events (The Ford Foundation); Marketing Specialist (formerly with Mediabistro)
Lead Singer-Songwriter for critically acclaimed indie band Feather-Bright
Fund Manager (Spring Creek Investment Management); former Global Digital Business Development MBA Intern (Sony Music); independent musician and producer
HONORARY BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Grammy-nominated and internationally renowned cellist; Founding Member and Artistic Director (The Leading Note Foundation’s OrKidstra Youth Music Program)
Director, screenwriter and producer, probably most well known for the script of Death Becomes Her (1992)