MATT RICHARDSON is an award winning multi-media producer. He got his start in music production and film scoring, had his own recording label with Lakeshore Entertainment. He collaborated with Trent Warren in creating the sound design for the song "You Don't Have to Go Home" on the Grammy-nominated album “Pure” by Boney James, then went on to expand his love for music production into film, music video, and documentary work. Favorite past projects include "The Future of Fitness: How Technology is Shaping the Human Body", which won Best Documentary in the London Independent Film Festival Awards, and the multi-award-winning music video “Love Me So Much” which took home honors from NYLA International Film Festival, La Femme International and more. Matt was also nominated for Best Producer at the IndieX Film Festival for the short film, "Wholeheartedly", and is a graduate of UCLA Extension’s Producing Certificate Program.
Persephone Godwin is a solo recording artist, songwriter, and lyricist residing in Los Angeles, California. Her first album "I'll Be Ready In A Minute..." won a Jim Beam Emerging Artist grant propelling her to work on numerous projects, including lending harmonies to top Americana artists Hal Ketchum and Willie Nelson. Music videos that she starred and performed in include "So Mote It Be," for an original composition produced and co-written by Michael Spriggs, one of the premiere composers and session players in the world, and "Baby Hung the Moon," which was an Official Selection of the California Women's Film Festival. After meeting Matt Richardson, who was wearing his electronic producing hat at the time, they began a lifelong collaboration. Together they created the award-winning music video for their single Love Me So Much which went on to numerous film festivals, taking home awards for Best Music Video, Best Female Solo Artist, and Best EDM/Dance. Persephone is currently working on her Bachelors in Interdisciplinary Music Studies at Berklee College of Music Online and is most proud of recording a Sanskrit chant which was very close to her heart.
Her latest single, Dream of Better Days (2021) and EP Love Spell (2020) are currently being played on Pandora Radio and are available through iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and other digital platforms.