Senior Producer & CEO
Herbert is one of the first professional DVD producers, creating DVD Video content for Philips' Key Modules even before the format was established and introduced in the market. He produced the first 5.1 surround mix in Los Angeles for PKM and Philips Research, and the first 16 track DSD recording.
He was nominated for a Grammy in 2004 for Best Jazz Instrumental Album for Chick Corea's Rendezvous in New York and was awarded with two Grammys in 2005 for Album of the Year and Best Surround Sound Album, both for Ray Charles: Genius Loves Company.
Head of Video Productions
His video/music resume reads like a Who's Who of pop music, from concerts with The Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra, Neil Diamond, Whitney Houston, and Cher, to music videos with U-2 and Kiss.
Other Credits include: The Three Tenors, Specials with Luciano Pavarotti, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and Placido Domingo's production of "Il Postino,"as well as the Grand Opening Celebration of the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, He was involved in the groundbreaking series, "Keeping Score" with Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Orchestra.
Other legends of music that Wayne has had the pleasure to work with include, Carlos Santana, Barbra Streisand, The Who, Michael Jackson, Van Halen, Harry Connick Jr. and Faith Hill. Wayne is especially proud to have volunteered his services for the historic production, “We Are the World,” which helped to raise awareness about starvation in Africa.
Christian L. Castle
Chris is Managing Partner, Christian L. Castle, Attorneys and is counsel to mediaHYPERIUM. Before founding the firm in 2004, he was Senior Vice President of Business & Legal Affairs and General Counsel of SNOCAP, Inc. in San Francisco, Senior Vice President, Business Affairs at Sony Music Entertainment, Inc. in New York, and Vice President, Business & Legal Affairs at A&M Records, Inc. in Hollywood, California.