Priscilla Priebe

Creative Director & Artist Representative at Green Room Music Source

Minneapolis, MN

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Priscilla Priebe
 

Priscilla Priebe is the Creative Director of Green Room Music Source where she helps shape artist’s careers through branding and imagery. In her position she consults with artists to brand or re-brand their projects and is part of the marketing team for album releases, marketing launches, social media marketing and other related projects. Priscilla attended the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul where she studied Graphic Design and Fine Art. While still in college she worked her first international album release and commercial design for the release and following Canadian/US tour of her own band’s debut album. In 2008 she joined the Board of Directors at Rock the Cause where aided in branding and growing the young nonprofit as their Creative Chair. Through freelance design, social media, and consulting, Priscilla helps artists and companies market events and brands and has continued to perform and release her own work with Maudlin. In 2011 she formally joined the team at Green Room Music Source as their Creative Director. Her album artwork has been featured in publications such as Rollingstone and Pitchfork, and has performed at CMJ (New York City), The UMS (Denver, CO), Red Gorilla/SXSW (Austin,TX ), Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI) and many others, and has hosted private showcases for GRMS at CMJ, Red Gorilla/SXSW, The UMS, and Folk Alliance International. Priscilla is a public speaker who has also been a featured panelist at the Des Moines Music University and Crash Course: Marketing and Branding for Music.

 
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