Heather Parry became president of Live Nation Productions back in December of 2015. Since its inception, the company has produced several documentaries for famous celebrities. Live Nation Productions has produced documentaries for Lady Gaga, Sean “Diddy” Combs, and the lead singer of Imagine Dragons, Dan Reynolds. Currently in the works are documentaries for Noah Cyrus and Kim Petras.
A good example of how Heather Parry operates her company is how she got involved with “A Star is Born,” featuring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. When she heard Bradley Cooper was going to direct the movie she quickly called his agent, David Bugliari. He was on a ski life at the time, but he called Bradley and got back to Heather shortly after. After the phone call, Heather went to a party for Martha Stewart at the home of Bill Gerber, who is one of the producers of the film. She got Bill in a corner and started pitching her production company for the movie. She wanted to show them how assertive she can be.
Before her work at Live Nation Productions, Heather Parry spent twelve years working at MTV. She started with MTV News and later became the West Coast Bureau Chief. She produced “The Week in Rock,” “Get Rich or Die Tryin'” and a remake of “The Longest Yard.” After she left MTV, she worked at Happy Madison Productions for Adam Sandler for ten years. While there she produced “The House Bunny,” “Pixels,” and “Just Go with It.” She is now able to put her experience and passion for music and movies together in one place at Live Nation Productions.