Martín Carrier - Forensic Royalty Specialist
Martín is a Forensic Royalty Specialist in the Latin American departments of both Blue Pie and Ordior. He is a language and arts enthusiast, as well as a proactive person who knows how to generate a pleasant work environment, and works well within his team. Born on the 25th of March 1999, he lives and works out of Argentina like most of the rest of our LATAM teams. He enjoys swimming, cinema, and of course, music.
Martín attended his primary and secondary education at Jean Mermoz French Argentine Lyceum from 2003-2017. Here he earned a French Bac of Eco. Sciences and Sociology, as well as a General Baccalaureate. From 2018-2019, he studied sound engineering at the National University of Tres de Febrero, and in 2020, he studied Sound and Image Design at the University of Buenos Aires. In 2019, he worked as a customer care professional at American Express Argentina. His departments were “Know Your Customer”, a division in small business services and corporate specialities in the French Market, and “Disputes U.S.”, where he worked for a couple of months providing support to alleviate the rise of disputes during the COVID-19 pandemic. He has skills in Microsoft Office, Google Suite, Ableton Live, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop. In his spare time, Martín can be found honing his skills and experiencing all life has to offer. Between 2018 and 2019, he was a freelance bass and guitar teacher, and before that, he worked with the NGO Sumando Ladrillos, embarking on the compassion-fueled journey of painting numerous houses in 2015.
Martín’s skills in data entry prove most useful for his roles at Blue Pie and Ordior. The majority of the time he spends in our office he is working to ensure that the rights management of our catalogue is managed appropriately, and that the royalties earned in its circulation are delivered to the appropriate parties. This requires an extensive amount of data to be triple checked and amassed by appropriate systems, as well as regular correspondences between artists, agencies, representatives, and countless middlemen. Looking at Martín’s history, it is clear to see that the skills he has acquired over the years will suit him well going forward, and we’re very glad to have him on our teams.