The Toneoptic advisory board consists of a growing list of wonderful human beings that happen to have the insights, knowledge and connections to propel our shared vision of creating a leading record furniture systems company driven by passion and built on innovation and craftsmanship.
Stephanie possesses a unique mix of know-how amongst a multitude of marketing areas and a relentless creative drive, all while consistently having her fingers on the pulse of Zeitgeist. This accumulation is exemplified when you spend some time with the Manly Bands brand where she reigns supreme as CMO.
Her 20+ years of online retail industry and omni-channel marketing experience will help push our storytelling and creative and brand partnerships.
As Founder and Creative Director of Portland, Oregon-based Figure Plant, David Fredrickson brings 25 years of experience in the design and production industries to little us. You might have seen his innovative design and high-quality fabrication work while being at popups by Adidas, Louis Vuitton, Nike, Dr. Martens, and Stella McCartney or while enjoying Outside Lands in SF (arguably one of the most beautiful music festival settings around).
David's know-how from sketch via design to fabrication is a crucial win for us on our ongoing journey.
Stuart George is not only leading the Cambridge Audio team that is building the company into the best-loved and most talked-about British audio brand today, but he has also been with the company for the past 25-years, wearing many hats and knowing the hi-fi industry in and out like few others.
As a design and music connoisseur, Stuart is our perfect target customer, and having him as part of the advisory board has already been invaluable while working through the various prototype stages.
James is the CEO of Cambridge Audio, the London-based high-end audio equipment manufacturer that requires no introduction to any audiophile.
We have been big fans of Cambridge for the amazing sound, the clean and minimalist design that effortlessly combines form and function, and their persistent push to bring the best quality to consumers at the best price point.
When mixing innovation, design, and functionality in the high-end hi-fi space we could have not asked for a better advisory board member than James to start this board.
Chris Monaco spent his career at the intersection of music, marketing, and brand in VP roles at Universal Music Group, Octagon, Livestyle, Inc, and Rogers & Cowan, amongst others.
He currently runs GoodLife Music, a music and content marketing agency. And if you want to be at the forefront of how music, content, and brands interact, sign up to The Cadence, his agency's must-read industry newsletter.