Brand Manager / SUP3RSONIC a brand of nhb ton
Eva Beck‘s career in the music industry began in 2012 while working as a tour and event manager in Perth, Western Australia. After returning to Germany she started working in the synch department at Universal Music Publishing Group in Berlin. During her studies at the Popakademie Baden-Württemberg she went ahead working as a music supervisor alongside Uli Kleppi (Cookies For All). After graduating with a Bachelors degree in „Music Business & Digital Innovation management“ she returned to Berlin to work as a full-time supervisor. During that time she supervised several feature films and cinema productions e.g. Fack Ju Goethe III (Bora Dagtekin), Der Geilste Tag (Florian David Fitz), Traumfrauen (Anika Decker), High Society (Anika Decker), Sowas Von Da (Jakob Lass), Das schönste Mädchen der Welt (Aron Lehmann), Wuff (Detlev Buck), Gorillas (Detlev Buck).
Among song plugging and licensing she also initiated artist cooperations, theme-song collaborations and supervised score composition.
In 2018 she teamed up with Matthias Rewig (nhb). Together they founded a music production company called „SUP3SONIC“ setting it up as a creative network with a solid foundation built on both Eva’s film- and music industry background as well as Matthias’ experience and background in the advertising industry. Ever since Eva has been building bridges between those two worlds by thinking outside the box and finding innovative ways to approach music composition and artist collaborations by staying true and credible in the art that is being created.
She is part of the independent label&creative collective MIGHTKILLYA and also manages Vietnamese newcomer artist „TUIMI“, one of the most promising new voices of the LGBTQ+ community. Empowering new talents and guiding them on their way to success has been the passion and purpose of her work since day one.
With a relentless motivation and energy Eva brings together the very creative minds needed in order to achieve extraordinary collaborations so that two separate industries can work hand in hand and learn from one another.