Mallory Zumbach brings her diverse music and advertising background to her current role as Senior Director of Creative at Round Hill Music, where she runs the East Coast synch division, oversees marketing, and works with the A&R team to sign new artists/writers (including Avers, Motopony, Animal Years, Graveyard Lovers, etc.).

She got her start in the dual role of Digital Sales & Marketing and Synch Coordinator at One Little Indian Records, splitting her time between placing songs in film and TV and marketing the label’s artists with digital retail partners like iTunes and eMusic. Mallory then headed to Warner Chappell’s Strategic Marketing department, where she pitched the song catalog for use in ads and video games. She then jumped into advertising at Crispin Porter + Bogusky, handling business affairs for a multitude of interactive advertising campaigns, including the Burger King Whopper Lust campaign (2012 One Show Golden Pencil winner) and the American Express Small Business Saturday 2011 campaign (2012 Cannes Lions Grand Prix winner). She has also done independent music clearance and supervision work under her own company, Burning Snow Music. Mallory has placed music in numerous ads, video games, and TV/film productions, including Bioshock, the Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises, Carnival Cruise Lines, JP Morgan Chase, Victoria’s Secret, IKEA, Hershey’s, Rescue Me, and The Mend. She is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music (’05), where she earned a dual degree in Music Business/Management and Performance (Voice).