We bring out artist’s true selves, revitalize their songs, refresh their recordings and tell their stories. We’re here to preserve, protect and expand artists’ legacies by professionally managing their music and thoughtfully curating projects which ensure their work and lives continue to be an active and influential part of the global pop culture.
Founder & CEO
In founding Mojo, Mark set his sights on evolving traditional music publishing, taking full advantage of the convergence of music and media to develop compelling projects which enable songwriters and writer/artists to restart their engines, expand their palettes and collaborate with today’s
most talented writers, directors and producers – all designed to ensure that their work sustains, grows and continues to influence and inspire humanity.
Founder & COO
Alan Wallis, Founder and COO of Mojo Music & Media has worked alongside the music industry for more than twenty years, building and running the Music Transactions practice in the London flagship office for the world’s leading professional services company, Ernst & Young LLP. Alan began his career in 1974 at HM Revenue & Customs, transferring to their specialist valuation group in 1982.
Founder & CCO
Growing up a self-professed pop culture super fan, music and media have always been a driving force in Pete Shane’s life. As Mojo’s Chief Creative Officer, Pete is redefining music publishing and legacy promotion, working with our writers and their teams to inspire new work and reintroduce and reimagine beloved songs via strategic licensing and collaborating with partners across old and new media creating projects which highlight their collected works and life stories.
Consuelo’s passion, experience and lifelong love of songs and songwriters have made her the ideal GM for Mojo, where she has engineered a next generation rights and royalty infrastructure based on direct collection, forensic tracking, transparent reporting and real time, personal service. Getting her start in the early ’90s in TV and film catalogs, she worked with some of the company’s largest accounts including Sony Pictures, 20th Century Fox and children’s programming leader DIC Entertainment.