Exclusive: Artist Management, a production and brand development company founded by World Builder Entertainment, Danny Festa and Mark Manus, has expanded its leadership team by adding new managers Nick Terry and Missy Masters. Terry will primarily focus on television / streaming and motion pictures while Masters will focus on books and authors. Both will look for IP for development and production.
“At World Builder Entertainment, we resist the idea of classifying our clients only as screenwriters, directors, actors, writers, illustrators or game developers,” said Festa. “We embrace creators – artists who have the talent, vision and drive to become proficient in multiple roles. The expansion we are announcing today is a direct result of the trust and confidence that the creative community has shown in our redesigned approach to artist representation. “
“Nick and Missy are passionate about developing and cultivating a relentless creative consciousness among these artists,” Manus said. “They can instinctively recognize what forces creatives to create groundbreaking content, take on hybrid roles and push the limits of their single talents. They both deal with their confidence as they choose to embark on their play activities. Nick and Missy are aligned with our overall goals, brand vision and culture. “
Terry was recently the manager / producer of Zero Gravity Management. Some of the clients who have joined him at World Builder include actor / writer / director Anna Schazel (writer and director, Medusa From Fangoria Studios), actor / writer / director Livia de Paolis (writer, director and star) Lost girls)Actor Aubrey K. Miller (Just add magic), Writers / filmmakers Jane Vestuto and Melissa Marlett (Nancy Drew) And director / producer / writer / actor JT Molner (writer / director, Aliens and angels).
After working as an agent for Kohner’s agency, he joined Masters World Builder, where he represented book rights for authors, including Gregory Maguire and Donald Westlake. He has also worked as a feature film development executive at David Friendly’s Deep River Productions, where he oversees various film projects. The law of attraction And Oscar-winning films Little Miss Sunshine.