SPENCER PROFFER has been at the forefront of successful and inventive multimedia projects for years. He has created and implemented numerous initiatives for major television networks, advertising agencies, online, record, and motion picture companies. He has been involved with many charitable activities: the Shriver/Kennedy SPECIAL OLYMPICS Music initiative, MUSIC CARES and the U.S. Marine Corps to support the troops fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. As a music director and supervisor, he has handled all aspects of music on over 100 motion picture and television projects for motion picture studios and broadcast television networks (http://imdb.com/name/nm0698475/filmoyear for Spencer’s film and television music work). Spencer’s award winning work included negotiating all talent, licensing and soundtrack elements on behalf of the respective studio, network or production company.
Spencer served as a Co-Executive Producer and Music Producer on the Academy Award winning film, “Gods and Monsters”, a Producer and Cast Album Producer of the 4 time Tony nominated Broadway hit, "It Ain't Nothin' But The Blues". He also was an Executive Producer on the 2 time Emmy nominated television special, "Robbie Robertson, Coming Home", the CBS mini- series “Shake Rattle and Roll” and Music Director on HBO’s award-winning multi-cultural series“Happily Ever After” amongst other acclaimed media projects. He has current joint ventures and performs media strategy services for worldwide companies such as Viacom’s MTV Networks, NBC’s USA Network, Yahoo, National Cinemedia, EMI Records, Van’s Warped Tour and several worldwide music publishing companies.
Spencer has produced over 200 albums, including numerous gold and platinum records working with artists such as Stevie Wonder, Heart, Cheap Trick, The Little River Band, Darius Rucker/ Hootie & The Blowfish, B.B. King, Kenny Loggins, Graham Nash, Eddie Money, Gladys Knight, Tina Turner, amongst others throughout his career. Spencer produced and published Quiet Riot’s album and videos for Metal Health, the first debut hard rock album to reach #1 on the Billboard charts in history. He also pioneered the development of computer-animated laser choreography of music, exhibited in planetariums across North America. For additional Proffer history, please visit www.meteor17.com