Katriona Music Producer
Katriona Music is a pop music producer, songwriter and entrepreneur, spanning the Pop, RnB and Hip Hop genres. Her songs have been voted to number 1 and number 2 in a musicians community chart, Fiercebark, voted for by musicians, artists, DJ's and music fans from around the world. Katriona landed a coveted music placement producing music for a fashion television and web series called "What To Wear", featuring fashion stylist Wanja Knighton. It was recently renewed for another series and will again feature Katriona Music's music.
Katriona got her start as a young assistant at two London based music studios. She progressed into working as the music producer, songwriter and engineer there. During this time, Katriona spent years developing her craft, which garnered her many great testimonials from representatives from the likes of Sony Music and the BBC. Katriona soon decided to venture out on her own as an independent music producer.
While balancing a flourishing career, Katriona incorporates her computer programming skills with every project, developing her website and other projects.
She has worked with artists in Australia, Los Angeles, Atlanta, France and London. Katriona Music only delivers high quality music for her clients, whether they're music artists or visual media clients. This includes quality popular music using sophisticated production techniques and then making the sound quality radio ready and chart worthy, using the highest quality analog and digital gear.
With a unique flare to music, visual communication, project management and organisation, Katriona has a strong belief in the power of a good song. Her approach is methodical, forever seeking the greatest production and sound value for her music and the intended audience.
Katriona says "I produce music firstly because it has always been a passion of mine. I decided to take my passion and build my life around because I realised that was the only way I would be happy. I have worked for over a decade in routine, mundane jobs that I didn't enjoy but I had to do in order to pay my bills. I then went part time at one of my jobs and I enjoyed that more because I spent less time doing a job I didn't care much about. So I thought to myself, at least I only do this a couple times a week, every week. But then that soon became a struggle. My thirst for a free life to do what I wanted when I wanted, and to do things I enjoyed like music and travel and making a difference to people's lives, grew much bigger to the point where I couldn't tolerate working at my job any longer. I took the leap and quit my job after I felt I was pushed out of it. That was a blessing in disguise. It made me become more serious about my career because with no job, I had to be serious. My passion for making music and my desire for freedom enabled me to build my life around music and do it for a living."