Ms. Seanne N. Murray, Esq.
Ms. Murray was born into the world of rhythmic art in Detroit, Michigan, the home of Motown, founded by her family, arguably the most important musical enterprise in America. After developing a successful career in business, finance and law, she was recruited to work with icons on the business and creative side of fine arts including Berry Gordy, Motown founder, Smokey Robinson, one of the top 5 greatest songwriters of all time according to Billboard, and Ted Field, co-founder of Interscope Records and owner of Radar Pictures. Her personal mentor and cheerleader is Jerry Levin, former CEO of Time Warner. He was instrumental in changing the landscape of media itself, including his controversial decision to release Madonna’s coffee table book, “Sex”, noted for its impact on society and culture and still the fastest selling coffee table book of all time. Seanne believes that art cultivates emotional connections, drives conversation and elevates us to new perspectives.
Like her partners and mentors, Ms. Murray requires excellence and has found it in Chady Elias, an American polymath with an insatiable inventive imagination in visual and other arts. Chady has devoted his life to creating with intention. His works provoke thought and affirm life. Retained as Chady’s exclusive representation, Ms. Murray manages and curates his ambitious creative projects, large-scale installations and media integrations internationally.
Ms. Murray managed a $53,000,000 copyright asset portfolio, earned a Gold Record in her capacity as President and COO of Diamond Plaque Productions for an Epic recording artist and received the Inspirique, Circle of Light Award at Harvard Law School for her work as an advocate for social change. She is also an art collector, published author, and screenwriter.
To explore opportunities with CHADY please contact Ms. Murray via email at SMurray@ChadyElias.com