NATASHA ARCINIEGA - ROAR HOUSE
PANEL TOPICS – FUNNEL MUSIC PRESENTS: HOW NEW MODELS CAN SUPPORT DEVELOPMENT
Artist Manager / Co - Founder at Roar House
Natasha is an Artist Manager and Co-Founder, alongside her sister, of Roar House. With over 12 years experience in the music industry and a focus on artist development, they craft sustainable music careers for their artists.
They are passionate about the artists they represent and support in every aspect of their need to produce music - which has led to Roar House services extending into the fields of tour management and content production; crafted out of a love and need for consistent support and interactive content for their own artists.
Natasha continues to be heavily involved within the music industry after ten years - as a member of the music managers forum and artist manager for the formidable alt-rock band, Elephant Trees, Electronic producer re:tract and newly signed Ali Horn.
She has extensive tour management experience across the UK, Ireland, and Europe. This year having toured with Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers and Elephant Trees across the UK.
Natasha has over twelve years of experience in creative content production within the music industry. Also leading the team as Creative Director, Natasha oversees all projects ensuring the quality of creative and output meets the Roar House standard. You will also find her out on shoots, directing and filming content for our clients.
In her early career, she produced music videos for the likes of Funeral for a Friend and Fightstar, both reaching the number one position on the MTV video charts. Not only has she gained over 200 million YouTube views and won awards (Cannes Corporates Silver Award - Short Film category), her skills also transcend the corporate landscape, having worked with clients such as BMW, MINI, Vodafone, and McKinsey. She has produced content for large-scale events and directed on-site filming to produce event highlight films. She is used to directing both large crews and DIY projects. She even worked with Hannah Trigwell in the early stages of her career directing and filming consistent content for YouTube.