Andrew Atkin is a musician, audio engineer, producer, and educator living in Northampton, MA.

Andrew received his B.A. in music from Vassar College, where he studied classical guitar and composition. He has written and produced music for CBS, Disney, Fisher-Price, Mattel, and a number of independent productions.

Andrew currently operates a small recording studio and DIY performance venue in downtown Northampton, and loves to collect and build pro audio gear.

To discuss your project, or shoot the breeze, contact andrew@fullstopart.com

Jason Oberholtzer is a producer, editor and strategist living in Brooklyn, whose writing, podcasts, blogs, GIFs and charts appear all over the web and in print. His clients include IBM, Tumblr, Medium, Forbes, The Economist, Riverhead Books and Jazz at Lincoln Center. In 2017, he founded the creative consultancy Charts and Leisure to advise clients on creating high quality written, audio and video content and digital experiences, and support independent content creators.

Jason studied literature and music at Hamilton College and occasionally teaches piano lessons for the kids in his building as penance for playing into the late hours of the night.

His most recent book — The Hustle Economy: Transforming Your Creativity Into a Career, published in 2016 by Running Press — is a collection of essays from founders, writers, producers, game makers, artists, and creative types from every path who have managed to turn their creativity into careers.

For collaboration, contact jason@fullstopart.com

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Michael Simonelli is a musician, composer, producer, guitarist, and audio engineer living outside of NYC.

Michael holds a M.M in Music Theory and Composition from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a B.A. from Hamilton College with a concentration in Music. He’s also a yoga teacher (RYT-200) and teaches guitar to all ages.

For an ongoing list of the projects Michael has worked on and in what capacities check out his Selected Projects. To book or discuss a project, gig, or private lessons, contact michael@fullstopart.com