Bryce Seefieldt is a Publishing Administrator currently in his third year at Warner/Chappell Music Canada. Before his time at the Warner/Chappell office, Bryce built a diverse portfolio through artist and tour management, marketing and promotions, and audio engineering. For fifteen years, he has owned and operated Seven:30 Entertainment, a multimedia company that has provided tour management and production coordination for a number of international touring acts. With Seven:30, Bryce also created and executed publicity and strategic marketing campaigns, and oversaw administrative support for prominent artists, fashion labels, and media brands. From 2006-2011, he was involved with CKLN, one of Canada’s most acclaimed and historical independent radio broadcasters. While at the station, Bryce acted as a program producer, DJ, on-air personality, and became an active member of the station’s Board of Directors. Bryce’s initial venture into the music industry came after graduating from the Audio Production and Engineering program at Toronto’s Harris Institute for the Arts. This led him to an assistant engineer position at the renowned NYC studio, Mirror Image Recorders. His work while in New York was punctuated by his role as manager and buyer of the Manhattan location of iconic hip-hop label and retailer, Fat Beats Records.