Jesse Korman is a music manager, photographer, film producer / writer and art director. Jesse was the singer for heavy metal band called The Number 12 Looks Like You. While he was playing and touring around the world for 10 years, performing over 2,250 shows, he decided to start some side businesses to keep him busy on the off touring seasons. Creating Piermont, a music branding company, he managed bands and songwriters like Foxy Shazam (Warner Bros, Capitol Records), Bad Rabbits (Teddy Riley of Blackstreet / Michael Jackson producer), Zak Waters (Warner Chappel), Jane Bang (Ultra Records), songwriters Jayson Dezuzio (Cobra Starship, Lana Del Ray), Brett Detar (composer for The Devil Inside, WER). Piermont Creative was the design and branding side creating artwork for Wiz Khalifa, Grateful Dead, Skrillex, Gym Class Heroes, Kid Rock, Paramore, Radio City Music Hall, BroBible and MANY more. With all of that going, #12 had went on to sell over 150,000 records and have appeared on soundtracks like The Hills Have Eyes 2. After the band had ended in 2009, Jesse had taken on Piermont full time, aligning his artists with major brands like BING, Popchips, Nickelodeon commercials, Vita Coco, Karmaloop.com and more. He also did more work as a music producer working with people like DMC of RUN DMC and more. His musical artist, Eric Nally, went platinum with a song he is featured in called “Downtown” from hip hop artist Macklemore. He went on to create a mobile app development company called The All-Nighters with photographer Joey Lawrence. They went on to put out apps like Rock Photographer, Release Me, Selfer and Wickr.
Starting in 2015, Jesse has worked alongside Jordan Levine and Yale Productions on films including Jack Goes Home, King Cobra, Welcome to Willits, The Pretenders, and Welcome the Stranger, in an associate producer capacity along with conducting still photography, EPK production and other creative responsibilities. Jesse currently has several films in the works with Yale Productions including We Do Not Exist, for which he wrote the story.