Julianne Jordan is one of the original members of Format, an influential and lead creative member of the company's brand efforts, and is unquestionably one of the most prominent and respected music supervisors in the industry.
An accomplished violist who studied her craft at Skidmore College, Julianne’s career as a music supervisor began to take flight when director Doug Liman brought her in to work on a small independent picture called Swingers. The film ignited the “swing” craze in the 90s, spawned a new type of vernacular, and pushed the public’s interest in retro swing music into hyper drive. The soundtrack quickly went Gold and Julianne has not stopped working since.
Julianne’s expertise is well recognized; she is frequently brought in to supervise, consult, or executive music produce on films and projects where a high level of creativity and technical expertise is required to re-imagine sonic concepts and execute difficult on-screen scenarios. Examples of this creativity and skill are showcased in Alvin and the Chipmunks, where Julianne helped reinvent a classic sound, and throughout the Pitch Perfect franchise, breathing fresh life into the classic world of a cappella music. Julianne's work extends well beyond the silver screen, allowing her the opportunities to supervise live concert productions of Disney's "The Little Mermaid" (2016) and "Beauty and the Beast" (2018) at the world famous Hollywood Bowl.
Julianne has served two terms on the Board of Governors for the Los Angeles Chapter of the Recording Academy and has won numerous awards and accolades for her innovative approach to supervision. She has taken home two Music Supervisor of the Year awards from the Guild of Music Supervisors, a 2015 American Music Award, and both a Grammy nomination and Billboard Music Award for Best Soundtrack for her exemplary work in Pitch Perfect 2
Julianne’s select credits include: A Star Is Born, Pitch Perfect 1,2&3, Trolls, Edge of Tomorrow, Alvin and The Chipmunks 1&2, Mr and Mrs Smith, The Bourne Identity.