• Full Time
  • London
  • 33000 GBP / Year

This record label is one of the most culturally significant labels in popular music, with a diverse and ground-breaking roster of acts.

The role of the creative producer is to work alongside the creative director/lead on artist projects on all aspects of the artist’s creative output. This includes but is not limited to, artwork, music video, content, merchandise, branding, and marketing. 

Be Organised 
  • Once creative concepts have been agreed upon with artists it is the role of the producer to plan and turn the concept into a reality
  • Liaising with creatives, finding locations, booking crew, travel, insurance, contracts, kit hire, lighting approach, and set design all the while managing the overall budget
  • Working closely with the creative director/lead on all creative decisions for the shoot
  • Post shoot it is your responsibility to deliver final assets on deadline and in full – working with retouchers, graders, VFX houses
Be Creative 
  • Responsible for the ideation, creative teams will be created around each artist and it will be your responsibility to contribute to these early creative sessions
  • Working closely with the creative director/lead will be leading on the day of the shoot, ensuring that the artist is happy and the creative vision is being executed to the level that is expected
  • Handling final assets that have been approved by all parties the creative will then need to be delivered in multiple formats your job will be to work with designers/editors to meet all the required specifications
  • On projects that aren’t shoot-based, you will be working with the creative director/lead to help deliver the creative, working on feedback rounds and formats.
Be Administrative 
  • Being detail-oriented and creative when it comes to approving work with overall accountability.
  • Having a good understanding of production costs/budgets and feeling comfortable negotiating and ensuring projects represent good value for the artist and label.
  • Budgeting; including approving quotes, raising POs, etc, and ensuring suppliers are paid on time.
  • Creating detailed budgets, call sheets, and schedules.
 You will need:
  • Experience producing shoots
  • Creative network – relationships with Directors, DOPs, Gaffers, Editors, etc.
  • Ability to understand and manage creative budgets
  • Understanding of format delivery
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at once
  • Passionate about music in all forms.
  • Experience working in a fast-paced, quick turnaround environment – music industry a bonus but not essential.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to work with people at all levels within the business.
  • Flexible and able to prioritise own workload.

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To apply for this job email your details to louise@keats.co.uk.