Lost in Music didn't just publish itself. Below are the team members who have helped develop the site, with fantastic technical help from Active Pixels
Simon Anderson Simon is a musician and composer and has worked in music publishing for the past 20 years. At postgraduate level he undertook research into musicology and music analysis, completing his PhD at Durham University. His interest in the legal side of the music industry led him to take the LLM in Entertainment Law at Westminster Law School, which he completed in 2015. His LLM dissertation on plagiarism has been developed to form the first section of Lost in Music.
Simon is actively involved in education, sitting on the Music Publishers Association’s Education and Training Group, and regularly presenting to students and professionals on music rights issues. He is excited to be a part of the Lost in Music team, actively contributing to sharing knowledge and demystifying the complexities of the music industry
Chris Ellins Chris is the Course Leader of Westminster Law School’s groundbreaking LLM Entertainment Law course
Steve Greenfield Steve is Deputy Head of Westminster Law School, has taught Entertainment Law for many years and is Co Director of the Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture
Ashley Morton Ashley Morton is an Administrator in Westminster Law School and main Administrator of the Lost in Music project. Although not a legal professional, he has a keen and vested interest in music as a life-long musician and current drummer of the band ‘Chapter and Verse’ (although he hopes to avoid featuring in any infringement cases of his own).
Danilo Mandic Danilo is a Lecturer at Westminster Law School. He is specialising in copyright law and its relation to technology, music, and art. His research interests also include sound studies. Danilo is also teaching Entertainment law at both postgraduate and undergraduate level.
Guy Osborn Guy is a Professor at Westminster Law School, specialising in law and popular culture. A music aficionado and regular gig attender, Guy came up with the original Lost in Music idea and is very excited about the launch of this new site. He has taught Entertainment Law for a number of years at both postgraduate and undergraduate level and more details about him can be found here.