BEVERLY HILLS, CA, May 05, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Nicole Ehrlich has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
An accomplished producer, director and women's rights activist, Ms. Ehrlich was raised with an appreciation for the performing arts and has since established herself as an award-winning film, art, music and transmedia luminary. She won the Best Young Media Artist Award at the Utah Short Film Festival and the Best Experimental Film Award at the New Orleans Film Festival for "Looking for Someone" during her undergraduate studies. She graduated from Smith College and began her career as the head of video production and promotion with Extasy Records, a division of the Warner Music Group, in 2000. Ms. Ehrlich was later appointed as the video commissioner for MCA Records in 2002.
Ms. Ehrlich subsequently advanced within the music industry, serving as the vice president of creative services and broadcast transmedia and video for the Universal Music Group, handling such subsidiaries as Interscope, Geffen and A&M Records between 2002 and 2013. In the following years, she excelled as the creative producer and chief executive officer of her own entertainment company, Rocket in My Pocket. Since 2017, Ms. Ehrlich has found success as the chief executive officer of Cat Cora Inc. and Corlich Enterprises, which she operates alongside her wife, the internationally-celebrated celebrity chef Cat Cora.
For more than 20 years, Ms.Ehrlich has transformed her clients' dreams into reality, striving to honestly represent the vision of an artist while evoking an intense reaction through their work. For her exceptional efforts with such iconic artists as Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige, The Cure, Weezer, Blink-182, Tony Bennett and Snoop Dogg, she has garnered a myriad of accolades, including a Grammy Award in 2011 for producing the best short-form music video with "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga and an Emmy Award for HBO's television special "Lady Gaga Presents: The Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden." Ms. Ehrlich was also presented with an Emmy Award for Outstanding Music and Lyrics, as well as Oscar and Grammy nominations, for producing Lady Gaga's music video for "Til It Happens to You."
Additionally, Ms. Ehrlich's projects were nominated in four categories at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, including Best Female Video, Best Choreography and Best Art Direction for Lady Gaga's music video for "Born This Way." Likewise, she was credited with co-producing the Best Choreography-nominated video for "Party Rock Anthem" by LMFAO. Lending her expertise to television and film production as well, Ms. Ehrlich has produced several commercials, including Lady Gaga's commercial for Google Chrome and Usher's commercial for Samsung, as well as directing and producing the "Hour of Code" spot with former President Barack Obama.
With respect to her own independent endeavors, Ms. Ehrlich produced the television documentary "Dropped" in 2006, having later executive-produced the video documentary "Another Station: Another Mile" in 2010 and produced the television film "Countdown To: Mindless Behavior" in 2011. She further contributed her wealth of knowledge to the production of the documentary film "The Hunting Ground" in 2015, which was nominated in the Documentary category at the 2016 MTV Movie Awards and won the 2016 Stanley Kramer Award. Additionally, Ms. Ehrlich is a founding member of The Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art and was the youngest board member of the Brooklyn Museum.
A staunch advocate of women's rights, Ms. Ehrlich has made it her mission to make a difference for women in the arts. Noted as the first female Technocrane operator for Panavision, she is a firm believer that women can offer a different perspective in their discipline. Moreover, she has dedicated her time and resources to various efforts with the United Nations and the Feminist Majority Foundation in her formative years. Although women produce more than 50 percent of the world's art, women only make up five percent of artists displayed in U.S. museums. Through the Art Basel exhibition, "Celebration of Women in Art" in Miami, Florida, Ms. Ehrlich aims to continue shining the spotlight on female artists.
Through her participation in the establishment of the Born This Way Foundation, Ms. Ehrlich also flourishes as an anti-bullying activist and has hosted numerous charity events. In recent years, she has taken the helm of Chefs for Humanity, which has a Women's Empowerment Program to aid in its mission of ending hunger. In the coming years, Ms. Ehrlich aims to continue spreading peace and love through her work alongside her loving wife while encouraging others to achieve their wildest aspirations.
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