David Blake Chatfield began his career as an attorney and manager, representing music artists, mixers, and producers, and motion picture and television writers, producers, actors, and editors. Early career film projects included his representation of film editors on Rambo, Commando, Beverly Hills Cop, Top Gun, and writers on others. Early career television projects included representing writers on Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, Generations, and Santa Barbara. Also co-founded Sound Image Entertainment with Marty Eberhardt; Sound Image Records, a nationally distributed record label that achieved the distinction of having the first independent record music video in heavy rotation on MTV “George Faber and Stronghold’s “Holdout Forever”; and a publishing company By Sound Image Music.
Region: North America
Location: Encino, CA