Photo by Marek Kruszewski
George Christopoulos was born in Athens, Greece, in 1978, where he studied Graphic Arts and Multimedia Design (BSc). His collaboration with several international entertainment production companies, led him to deal with various multimedia projects, shows, installations and other corporate or artistic events all over the world. His portfolio as a Creative Director and Music Supervisor includes the Coca-Cola and Samsung shows that were produced for the Olympic Games of 2004 in Athens and also the concert “Ode to Alexander the Great” with the Symphonic Orchestra of Cairo in the Pyramids of Giza. In 2010 he founded OTICONS, an Agency that represents internationally film music composers from all over the world. The agency currently represents internationally around thirty (25) composers of more than fifteen (15) different nationalities. Among them are the Oscar-winners Jan A.P. Kaczmarek and Rachel Portman and the internationally awarded and acclaimed composers Shigeru Umebayashi and Atli Örvarsson. Since 2013 the company has also branch offices in London, Paris, Barcelona, Munich, Zurich and Los Angeles. Except being an agent and manager of film composers George Christopoulos also focuses in education and works as a guest lecturer in Universities and as a Film Music consultant in International Film Festivals worldwide. In addition to the above in 2013 he started operating as a film producer of feature films with a focus on A-list international co-production projects. George Christopoulos is also a member of the World Soundtrack Academy.