top of page

Marlon Knight

Marlon Knight stands at the forefront of the film and TV industry, seamlessly blending his extensive experience with a profound passion for music. With a career that spans over a decade, Marlon has made significant contributions as a record producer before venturing into the dynamic realms of film and television. His journey, marked by creativity and innovation, began at the prestigious Berklee School of Music, where he honed his skills and developed a deep understanding of music's impact on visual media.

Marlon's work has left an indelible mark on several high-profile projects. His talent for curating and producing music has led to successful placements in critically acclaimed shows such as HBO Max's "The Chi," as well as in projects for renowned video game development companies like The Glu. His expertise extends to pre and post-production management, where he has played pivotal roles in the production of episodic shows, including "Wednesday Addams" on Netflix, "Halo" season 1 on Paramount+, "The Boys" season 4, and "Pretzel and the Puppies" on Apple TV.

Throughout his career, Marlon has also worked for many music publishers, spearheading their music marketing departments. His innovative strategies and keen market insight have significantly enhanced the visibility and success of countless artists and compositions, further cementing his reputation as an innovative leader in music marketing.

Beyond his technical expertise, Marlon's passion lies in the intersection of music and visual media. He is dedicated to facilitating the dreams of domestic artists and composers in Canada, guiding them through the intricate process of navigating the sync industry. His commitment to this cause is evident as the Manager, Sync at Warner Chappell Music Canada. Leading the strategy for sync opportunities domestically and internationally.  

Marlon Knight's career is a testament to his unwavering dedication to excellence and his belief in the power of music to elevate visual storytelling. As he continues to explore new horizons and break barriers, his work not only enriches the industry but also paves the way for future generations of artists and composers.  

bottom of page