Brian Witkin is an award winning music producer, entertainment attorney, and the CEO of Pacific Records. A musician himself before he went into the industry, Brian oversees Pacific's operations and business development. Brian has spent nearly two decades in the record business and continues to be musically active as an artist, songwriter, and record producer. Brian is also a Voting Member of The Recording Academy (GRAMMY®), the Hawai’i Academy of Recording Arts, and is a contributing author to the music publication The Troubadour, writing about music law related topics in his column “Music and the Law”. Brian’s father, Joe Witkin, was the original keyboard player of Sha Na Na and performed at the iconic Woodstock Festival of 1969.
While music is his passion and vocation, Brian has been a successful entrepreneur outside of entertainment, notably in real estate. Brian holds a JD degree from San Francisco Law School, and is a member of The State Bar of California. He received an MBA and BA in History from National University. Outside of his work, Brian enjoys spending time with his family and is an avid surfer and photographer.