Garrett McElver

Category: Music Supes 2017

Garrett McElver

Garrett McElver is part of the music supervision team at SuperMusicVision, founded by Thomas Golubić. Garrett is currently a music supervisor on ‘The Tick’ for Amazon and the upcoming CBS series ‘Seal Team’. He has also contributed to television shows such as AMC’s ‘Breaking Bad’, ‘Better Call Saul’, ‘The Walking Dead’, ‘Halt and Catch Fire’, and ‘Turn: Washington’s Spies’; Netflix originals ‘Grace and Frankie’ and ‘Love’; the Hulu original series ‘Shut Eye’, Amazon’s ‘Sneaky Pete’, TV Land’s ‘Nobodies’, the Cinemax series ‘Outcast’, WGN’s ‘Manhattan’, and the Rob Reiner independent film ‘Being Charlie’. Garrett also does freelance music supervision and current projects include the independent feature films ‘Midnighters’ and ‘YINZ’, and a sci-fi short called ‘A Date In 2025’.

Previously, Garrett was the Creative Department Director for the entertainment law firm Winogradsky/Sobel. There he managed and developed an independent one-stop catalog that specialized in music licensing for Film and TV, and worked with their administration, publishing, and consulting clients.

Garrett is a member of the Television Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Guild of Music Supervisors, where he is also on the GMS Education Committee playing a large and active role in the development of the annual Guild of Music Supervisors ‘State of Music In Media’ Conference held in Los Angeles.

Garrett also teaches Music Supervision and Music Licensing 1 & 2 at the Los Angeles College of Music in Pasadena, Calif.An alumnus of Cal State Northridge’s Music Industry Studies program, he graduated at the top of his class and was involved in several leadership positions for campus-wide events, including Co-Executive Producer for the independent record label Five of Five Music Entertainment.

He has been saying he’s starting a new pop punk band for about a year and a half now, please nudge him.