Matt Szwed has 25 years of experience in the fields of technology, film and television.
After doing live sound work for film and television commercials for clients such as Nike and Ricola, Matt’s focus shifted to post-production and Indie film work at Ornette Coleman’s Harmolodics studio in Harlem, where he worked as an engineer. At the same time, Matt also started a small jazz label and not-for-profit jazz concert series, Mixtery Records and Brilliant Corners LLC.
After a two year stint as a meeting event technician for Goldman Sachs, Matt became the inaugural Technical Director of the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City. Over his 13 year tenure at the museum, he was responsible for all rental and performance spaces including Edmond J. Safra Hall, a 375 seat performance theater, which hosted such clients as Time Warner, Bloomberg, WWD, Tribeca Film Festival, Elton John, David Krakauer, Lou Reed, Bill T. Jones and hundreds of other private and corporate events.
At Grace Farms Foundation, Matt supports events with technology and keeps an eye on advancing the Foundation’s needs within the SANAA designed River building.
Matt is a graduate of the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU.