Garianno Lorenzo, CEO of Giant Media, Inc. has acquired a wealth of experience as an entertainment executive through years of financing, managing, and producing entertainment projects in the film, television, and music industries. Giant Media is focused on feature films, technology, and music.
Prior to establishing Giant Media, Garianno Lorenzo enjoyed success as a music producer. In 1990, he became a producer for the hugely successful pop musical group C&C Music Factory. Lorenzo also produced the first Grammy-nominated song ever recorded direct to Hard Disk for 10-time Grammy Award-winning singer and guitarist George Benson.
Garianno Lorenzo is also working on new cloning technology, called F.O.E. (Freedom Of Expression). Voice Clone will change how we think about music and film forever.
Stemming from his success as a music producer, in 1992, Garianno Lorenzo became a producer for The Grind, a dance show aired on MTV until 1997. Lorenzo’s other contribution to television came in 2000, when he composed the theme song for the television movie Livin’ for Love: The Natalie Cole Story, about the daughter of the legendary Nat King Cole.
In addition to his work as a producer and writer, Garianno Lorenzo has demonstrated savvy in the finance and technology industries through his involvement in the creation of CDBaby.com, a social network for unsigned recording artists. Founded by Derek Sivers in 1990 with just $1,000 to its name, CDBaby.com was sold several years later for $33 million. That success led to Lorenzo’s involvement in developing financial strategies for technology and feature film ventures.