Jung Eun Kwon, a Korean native, is a Music Producer, Sound Engineer/Designer, Composer, and Songwriter.

She is currently working in career as a Sound Engineer and Music Teacher at B. Music Lab and as a Music Producer at Fiera Music in Korea, a project-based collective of songwriters, producers, and musicians dedicated to creating hits. She has worked on music such as Alia Clark’s “Simply the First” which was a collaboration with leading composers from all over the world, including Portugal, UK, Switzerland, and Argentina, and Justin Ok’s “Champion” which appeared on the Sony compilation for the 2014 Olympics.

She has also held a position as a Sound Engineer/Designer at Storm Post Production where she worked on Korean voice dubbing for Disney animations and the sound design for animation movies.

At Joombas Music Factory, she worked with Hyuk Shin, Justin Bieber’s producer as a Music Producer/Sound Engineer.

As a music composer, Ms. Kwon composed and recorded several songs promoting the history of Dok Island and Jeju Island of Korea. She composed background music for YouTube videos titled “The 7 Wonders of Jeju,” which won the User Created Contents (UCC) Contest on YouTube in August 2011. She also won YouTube’s Internet for Peace Competition, sponsored by Wired Magazine in September 2010 for composing background music for YouTube videos entitled “Internet: The Best Tool for Peace.”

Ms. Kwon has a Bachelor of Music Degree in Electronic Production and Design from the Berklee College of Music. She is also an Artist Member of the Arts Council Korea and a Formal Member of the Music Association of Korea.