NEW YORK CITY — International music company Squeak E. Clean Studios (www.squeakeclean.com) recently brought on music producer Jennie Armon as executive creative producer, working out of their New York location. She has over 15 years of experience across creative and production roles in the advertising industry, including multiple tenures leading teams at top music and sound companies, as well as several agency-side posts.
Armon brings a deep understanding of the holistic creative process. Most recently, she spent seven years with Brooklyn-based music and sound company Found Objects, serving as executive producer and music supervisor. Armon was also recently inducted into the Guild of Music Supervisors, and was named an official voting member for the Grammy Awards. She won a Clio in the “Music Supervision” category for her work on the trailer for Ridley Scott’s Life in a Day 2020. Her music supervision talents will also be seen on the big screen for the first time in the upcoming comedy feature I’ll Be Right There, starring Edie Falco.
“Jennie’s expertise in the industry — ranging from supervision to production to advocacy — is truly impressive and speaks volumes about her presence and sense of purpose,” says Squeak E. Clean managing director Hamish Macdonald. “Her compassion to care for her team and work environment, coupled with her ability to achieve creative excellence goes above and beyond the role of a traditional manager. We are delighted to have her join our Squeak E. Clean team."