Allison Wood launched Vibrant Ground Music in 2015 after 15 years of corporate experience across labels, publishers, and studios. She began her career at Twentieth Century Fox, which led to stops at NARAS, Sony Pictures Digital, BMG Publishing and Universal Music Group as head of the TV licensing department. In 2010, she became the head of Creative Film & TV Music at Universal responsible for pitching the world’s largest music catalog, frontline and international releases across all media. Successes included Neon Trees on-camera performance for Buick and the platinum-selling soundtrack album “Pitch Perfect”. Vibrant Ground's recent success comes from delivering quality music supervision for a wide variety of projects including: What Would Sophia Loren Do? (Netflix); Two Distant Strangers; Limetown (Facebook); See (Apple TV+); and Move It! (SnapChat).