Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Obituary: Dreamworks Music Manager Smith Dies

Kenneth "kaz" Smith, a former manager of DreamWorks music and supervisor of independent music who has worked on films such as "american beauty", "gladiator" and "shrek," died on 3 may, after a battle with brain cancer year. He was 43.

He has worked in the DreamWorks Film Music Department from 1999 to 2008, when it becomes a Creative Manager for film and TV licences to EMI/Capitol Records. He occasionally independent as a supervisor of music on various independent films through his company High Volume Inc., including the indie 2002 "Kingston High" and "The Red Machine 2009."

He was credited as coordinator of characteristic on toons music including "Madagascar" and his suite, "Videes away" and "kung fu Panda."

Smith was a veteran of the Air Force who served during the Persian Gulf war.

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