Paul Godwin is a renowned award-winning composer, music educator, and executive producer based in the United States. He boasts impressive experience of over 30 years in the music industry, during which he has performed in countless concerts globally. Paul is the founder of Music Together of San Francisco LLC, which is one of the biggest music and movement classes in the US. Additionally, he co-founded The Sippy Cups, LLC, a leading Kid-Rock band that traveled and headlined in over 50 House of Blues concerts all over the country.
Paul's expertise also spans into the music production industry, where he founded NEWdOG Records and served as its President. At NEWdOG Media, he currently serves as the Executive Producer where he supervises the production of podcasts for business learning, community, family, self-help, and the arts. Apart from founding and managing various music-related companies, Paul is an active composer and artist both as an individual and in partnership with Venezuelan electronic music pioneer, Miguel Noya, in the innovative ambient duo, Dogon.
Paul holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Production and Engineering from Berklee College of Music, and he has studied Orff Music at Dominican University of California and Mills College. He is also a former Music Specialist at King's Mountain Elementary School and has composed for numerous productions, including Tony Kushner's "Homebody/Kabul" at Berkeley Repertory Theatre.