Scott Freiman is the co-founder and CEO of Qwire Holdings (qwire.us), a technology company creating software to integrate the work of everyone involved with music for picture. The company's software has been used to streamline music tracking and rights management for television shows, such as Parenthood, House, and About A Boy.
Mr. Freiman combines his knowledge of the Beatles with a career as a composer, producer, and educator to deliver unique lectures about the music of the Beatles. He is the creator of Deconstructing The Beatles, a series of entertaining multimedia presentations about the composition and production techniques of the Beatles. Mr. Freiman's presentations have sold out theaters across the country. He has also lectured about the Beatles at colleges and universities, as well as corporations, such as Pixar, Google, and Facebook. In the Fall of 2012, Mr. Freiman taught a semester course on the music of the Beatles at Yale University.
Mr. Freiman's original music has been featured in award-winning films and has been performed at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. Mr. Freiman has also worked in television, contributing music to the BBC/Discovery Channel eleven part Emmy®-award winning series Life, and mixing all the music for the series. Mr. Freiman is also a sound designer and mixer with many credits, including the award-winning documentaries Budrus and Encounter Point, and the first 3D made-for-television film, David Attenborough's Flying Monsters.
Mr. Freiman is the owner of Second Act Studio, a state-of-the-art music and video studio for composition, recording, and production designed by renowned studio architect, John Storyk. Second Act Studio has played host to a wide range of musicians -- from children to Grammy winners, such as bassist John Patitucci and the Tokyo String Quartet.
A strong advocate for music education for children, Mr. Freiman has taught composing and music technology to children and adults. He is an instructor for MacProVideo.com, providing online video training in professional audio software. Mr. Freiman is also on the advisory board of Renovation in Music Education (RIME), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation helping young people, arts organizations, and communities succeed through innovative music-partnership programs.
Mr. Freiman holds a B.S. in Computer Science and Music from Yale University and a Masters of Music Composition from New York University.