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Peymon Maskan
Founder & Executive Creative Director
Radish Music, Inc.

LOS ANGELES, UK // Peymon Maskan is a first generation Iranian American Music Supervisor based in Los Angeles, California. His first film credit was as Music Coordinator on Blue Crush in 2002 before proceeding to Music Supervise over 30 film and series before joining Apple’s bespoke ad agency Media Arts Lab in 2012. He brought his filmic sensibilities to many of Apple’s iconic long-form ads, like Emmy Award winning “Misunderstood” featuring beautiful bespoke song by Cat Power. Maskan became the Global Music Director in 2017, and in 2018 brought Cannes Lion Grand Prix winning & Spike Jonez Directed “Welcome Home,” featuring FKA Twigs and “Til It’s Over” by Anderson Paak. 2018 also introduced the Grand Clio Music winning ad “Share Your Gifts” with original song by Billie Eilish (produced by Finneas O’Connell). Maskan also loved participating to Apple’s longstanding reputation of breaking bands through sync, launching Marian Hill’s “Down”, Hudson Mohawk’s “Chimes”, Son Lux’s “Dream State”, Snoh Aalegra’s “Nothing Burns Like The Cold” and Noga Erez’s “Dance While You Shoot” to a worldwide audience.

Maskan started Radish Music at the top of 2020 to return to film while continuing his work in advertising. He is currently Music Supervising Netflix’s 2024 series A Man In Full, starring Jeff Daniels & Directed by Regina King (written by David E. Kelley) and Dev Patel’s Directorial debut Monkey Man. He also teamed up with Finneas O’Connell again on his first film score for The Fallout, which won Grand Jury Prize at SXSW 2021 and was later distributed by HBO. Ad wise, Maskan continues to break new ground, working with Soulwax to launch Apple’s Airpod Max, Lil Nas X for Logitech’s Super Bowl and Grammy ads, which launched the #1 song “Montero” into popular culture. Maskan did the same with Logitech’s follow up ad a year later, launching LIzzo’s “Special” in an ad-premier exclusive. In 2022, he placed Thumpasaurus’ “Struttin” in a Samsung ad, which caused the song to explode online.