Meet our Founder


Jocelyn Arem is an internationally recognized GRAMMY Award-nominated multimedia producer, artist, activist, cultural strategist, archival storytelling authority and thought leader working across audio, video, print, and live activation. 

She works from 20 years of experience building and managing cross-functional teams and developing projects at the intersection of multimedia production and archival storytelling - creating new value from buried treasure.

She is passionate about the arts, culture, social justice, community building, highlighting brands and legacies, and strengthening longtime and new audiences

Raised in a family of artists, Jocelyn understands firsthand the unique challenges creative people face in realizing the potential of their archival material to connect with today’s audience. Her GRAMMY, Library of Congress and ASCAP Deems Taylor Award-nominated projects have helped raise over $2M for arts and cultural organizations and estates, led to collections being placed at the Library of Congress, colleges and universities, and raised her clients profiles in publications including the New York Times, NPR, Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal, and Vogue.

She has been invited to speak at the School of the New York Times, The EMP Pop Music Conference, the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, The San Francisco GRAMMY Chapter, the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, the NYU Music Technology Colloquium, and The Monterey Jazz Festival.

She received the 2019 CREATIVE THOUGHT MATTERS Award of Distinction from Skidmore College.

She performs as a soul/jazz singer under the name Rabasi Joss.

Photo by Leslie Kahan.