From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:
Link: Women Behind Canadian TV: Andrea Higgins
“When I started out in the music industry, especially at the labels, it felt like a boys club, but I never let it shake me. I really don’t think about it too much. I just want to work with great people and do a great job. I do love seeing more female composers on the rise and wish there were more females in “stereotypical” male roles such as mixer, sound engineer, etc. That said, the majority of the productions we work on are led by amazing badass women and it’s very inspiring.” Continue reading.
Related: Check out our interview with Andrea Higgins last spring where she talks about working on Wynonna Earp and Heartland!
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