Anika Paris is an award-winning singer/songwriter who has worked for EDEL, Sony RED, Warner Bros, Universal, Polygram and APM. In the past year, she scored a documentary called “Light Years” and has had placements on “Anthony Bourdain,” “Sex in the City,” “Bounce,” “Wise Girls,” “So You Think You Can Dance,” “See Jane Date” and more. She is the only female composer for WB Telepictures, and her music has been licensed to networks such as ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN, Lifetime, HBO, Oxygen, MTV to name a few. Anika earned her BA from Kansas University and studied Film and Music. Her eclectic style is rooted from years of working and composing for live theatre, television and film, as well as contemporary styles of today. She has released 5 solo projects and is working on another in 2020 with her writing partner Dean Landon. Anika is an author of two educational books Making Your Mark in Music and Five Star Music Makeover, teaches at Musicians Institute, the Grammy and UCLA Extension Entertainment Studies. She is a board member for the Musicians Foundation, a platinum member of (SONA) Songwriters of North America and a voting member of NARAS (Grammys).