Chief Executive Super Goddess
The philosopher and visionary of the label, Tiffanie is also the author of two novels and one film (God-Shaped Hole, How To Kill a Rock Star, and Dream For An Insomniac, respectively). In her spare time she is a traveler, poet, chef, yogi, runner, hiker, biker, sister, friend, lover, dreamer and style icon. U2 has been her favorite band for over three decades and she swears that everything she knows about life, love, faith and hope she learned from Bono.
Managing Partner, Chief Operating Officer, Resident Jedi Knight
Scott can ride a mountain bike downhill faster than anyone else at Bright Antenna. He is also a human GPS; seriously, he has gotten lost once in his whole life. He pops his elbow like other people crack their knuckles, he has eaten a worm, a grasshopper, and a scorpion, and rumor has it he’s carrying on a torrid affair with the Chief Executive Super Goddess. He is also a member of the XTERRA Off-Road Triathlon Hall of Fame, as well as the author of a children's book, Henry's Big Star Adventure.
Partner, President, and A&R Kahuna
Braden produced and managed The Killers and worked with just about every major label that’s left. Braden states, “When I met the CESG and found out she could almost beat me at Rock ‘n’ Roll Jeopardy, I knew I had to make BA my home.” Braden grows his own kefir, has a penchant for red-eye flights, vintage YSL ties, and the state of Maine. He makes a mean margarita, but his best skill is arguably his ability to spot a hit single from seven hundred and fifty thousand miles away.
Partner and Financial Advisor
Ben is the guy who tries to make sure the rest at Bright Antenna don’t make stupid money decisions. He is Bright Antenna’s token Jew (his words, not ours), and at 6’3” claims to be the “tallest” member of the BA team. He hates forks with three prongs, can eat a bag of Soft Batch cookies in one sitting, and he regularly shaves his balls. When Ben grows up he wants to be a Beastie Boy.
VP of Marketing and Product Management
Matt's mom claims that at two years-old he used to walk around singing the Michael Jackson lyrics, "I'm bad, I'm bad, I know it," and that's when she knew he was going to end up in the music business. An avid sports fan and talented athlete as well, Matt was close to playing Major League Baseball until a shoulder injury sent him following his other passion, music. After starting out in management, he moved on to tour marketing and then quickly rose up the ranks to become a Product Manger at Fearless Records. Bright Antenna stalked him until he agreed to be their Product Manager, and in 2016 he became an integral part of the BA team.
Digital Marketing Director
Natalie comes from a broad musical background that spans from playing the flute in Seattle, to music business internships during college in NYC, to working her way up at an LA based hip-hop label, before finally finding her home in SF at Bright Antenna Records. She drinks cold brew coffee, ran her first half-marathon in 2018, and loves to travel. She has been photographed in a banana costume in more countries than most people have ever visited. 🍌
Phoebe Harper was born in the Bay Area (Napa, specifically), and maintains that growing up in Northern California will ruin a person for anywhere else. Her entertainment career started with a two-year stint at Cirque du Soleil, and just got more and more unbelievable after that. Phoebe is a lifelong animal lover, and approximately 85% of her conversations involve talking about her horse or her dog. She loves to travel, but draws the line at being asked to eat bugs, even in exotic locations. Her current “home” at Bright Antenna gives her access to unlimited kombucha, and stories about quirky Marin residents, fulfilling her ultimate life goals.
Ty is from Iowa (otherwise known as Ohio or Idaho). He has had a passion for music ever since he was a little kid, and his earliest memory of music is standing at the top of the basement stairs in his house, listening to his dad playing "Firestarter" by The Prodigy. Besides music, he loves traveling, playing with his dog, Roman (a rescue from Taiwan), making videos, and exploring all the restaurants and coffee shops that San Francisco has to offer. Fun fact: he once recorded a rap song in the same studio that Diddy made one of his albums.