Gaulding in Sony shift to Screen Gems
EmptyShannon Gaulding has been named senior vp production at Screen Gems, it was announced Tuesday by president Clint Culpepper.
Gaulding most recently was vp production at Screen Gems' Sony sister Columbia Pictures, where she joined as a creative executive in 1999. At Columbia, she oversaw such films as "The Grudge," "Monster House," "Stranger Than Fiction" and the upcoming "30 Days of Night."
"Shannon has been a huge asset to Columbia Pictures, working on some of the studio's most successful films, and I have been a fan for many years," Culpepper said. "She has great skills handling projects and is respected by agents, talent and filmmakers alike."
Before joining Columbia, Gaulding was a production executive at LIVE Entertainment, which later became Artisan Entertainment. Before that, she ran the creative affairs division of Delicious Vinyl, a hip-hop/acid jazz music label.