Glenn Lorbecki - Chief Executive Officer
Recently numbered among the top 50 most influential forces in Seattle music by Seattle Sound Magazine, producer/engineer/musician and business owner Glenn Lorbecki began his recording career in the Midwest working with such diverse artists as the Violent Femmes, John Mellencamp, Stanley Clarke and the Rolling Stones. He went on to Platinum and Grammy® nominated projects with the likes of Dizzy Gillespie and Kenny G, as well as screen projects like the Emmy-winning Northern Exposure, Cliffhanger, and HBOís Golden Globe-winning John Adams.
Glenn owns a multi-room recording/video post-production and new media facility where collaborations with MTV, Clear Channel, CBS, PBS, ABC, etc. have yielded numerous features, live-in-the-studio recordings, film scores, and game soundtracks. Among the artists Glenn Sound has hosted are Tori Amos, the White Stripes, Garbage, Dave Matthews, Bad Religion, Regina Spektor, Green Day, Weezer and Coldplay.
Lorbecki produced and scored the soundtrack for Microsoft founder Bill Gatesí ìLast Day at Workî, as seen on national TV, and featuring appearances by Bono, Jay Z, Steven Spielberg, and more. His work can also be seen/heard on exhibit at the Grammy® Museum in Los Angeles.
Glenn Lorbecki has been a volunteer leader with the Recording Academy (GRAMMY Awards®) and currently serves as national Secretary/Treasurer of the board of Trustees, and has presented the Technical Grammy award during the Special Merit Award ceremonies each year since 2004.
Kisha Kalahiki - Director of Business Affairs
Kisha manages the multi-room production facility in Seattle, providing a bridge of communication between engineers and clients. She is responsible for talent casting, scheduling, accounts payable/receivable, human resources and data management as well as administering the educational arm of Glenn Sound, MediaLab/Seattle.
Equally comfortable in the captain's chair, Kisha engineers music projects on the side, as well as providing business and artist development consulting for local musicians and engineers. Active in her community, Kisha is a vocal advocate speaking for women and children of domestic violence and abuse in Western Washington. Taking action with her feet in support of a cure for breast cancer, she completed the Susan G. Komen 3-day Breast Cancer walk for the second time in 2008. Most recently Kisha had the opportunity to serve internationally when she traveled to South Africa to help a charitable NGO build houses near Johannesburg.