“She has a rare gift of an artistic mind and whip-smart business sense.”
Delaney owns a wealth of lessons learned from an impressive career in music as a performer and singer-songwriter. She’s a classically trained vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, but is best known for her knockout performances as an independent and signed recording artist, as well as on international stages, backing the likes of Barbara Streisand, David Foster, and Barry Manilow. She’s played over 1,000 engagements across the US and Europe, has performed live on the BBC, on the Fox TV Show, “Boston Public” and the MTV Show, “My Own” amongst others.
As a designer, photographer, and art director, Delaney has a powerful skill set to shape creative brands from a perspective that harmonizes with the music it’s representing. She’s worked as a consultant for Bandzoogle and has also presented on branding, image consulting and social and online presence as a panelist at the ASCAP Expo.
“It’s an exciting process and it’s all in the detail – the smallest changes can make a HUGE impact on an artist’s brand.”
Seeing other artists thrive from the crafting of a powerful profile is the fire that lights Delaney’s creative consulting practice. With an eye for developing a media presence that resounds uniquely with each artist she works with, she’ll take care of everything from photo and music video art design, social media branding, to giving your brand, website, and image a complete makeover.
The branding game is one Delaney knows how to play well. She has successfully launched a multitude of successful blogs and social accounts. Her band signed a record deal in 2015, with major assistance from the Instagram presence she created– that is the power of building your brand.
Delaney has the skills to create a visual experience so engaging that listeners are enthralled by your music before they’ve heard a single note.
[Programming descriptions are generated by participants and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SXSW.]
Programming descriptions are generated by participants and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SXSW.