President and Founder of MasterWriter, is the company
spokesman and oversees all company endeavors. He developed MasterWriter
with fellow songwriter Micheal Towers and his son Matthew. The program was
designed by songwriters for songwriters and contains all the tools and
reference that are essential for the modern songwriter.
As a composer/songwriter/artist Barry DeVorzon has long been a prominent
name in the recording industry. He discovered the highly successful group,
The Association and developed one of the most successful independent record
and publishing companies of that time. He later sold his companies to Warner
Records. He was nominated for an academy award for "Bless The Beasts And The
Children" and won a Grammy for "Nadia's Theme". His music for television has
earned him six Emmys and numerous nominations.
Among his hits are "Nadia's Theme", "Theme From S.W.A.T.", "Bless The Beasts
And Children", "In The City", "No More Drama", Dreamin", "Hey Little One"
and "I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight".
Vice-President of MasterWriter, runs the day-to-day
operation and oversees all company projects and departments. Matthew
attended Boston University and later graduated with a BA in Music Composition
from UCLA in 2000. Shortly thereafter, when his father Barry and Micheal
Towers were developing MasterWriter, Matthew moved back to Santa Barbara to
help start the company and has been with MasterWriter ever since.
handles MasterWriter’s online and offline marketing efforts. Prior to
joining MasterWriter, Ari was an award-winning copywriter for top advertising
agencies around the country, including BBDO, Young and Rubicam. During his
decade in the agency world, he worked on major brands including Google, Jeep,
Lincoln, Delta Faucet, PeopleSoft, Motorola, and Sony. Ari returned to his
hometown of Santa Barbara looking to bring his blend of strategic, creative, and
entrepreneurial thinking to the right startup, and MasterWriter was the perfect
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