Jonathan McHugh is a producer and music supervisor for Song Stew Entertainment -- an independent Film, Mobile, Digital and TV production/Music Supervision company. As founder of Song Stew Entertainment, McHugh co-wrote and produced "Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror" (Jason Alexander & Anson Mount), Lifetime's "Flying By" (David Zayas & Billy Ray Cyrus) and the Discovery TV show "Battle Ground Earth," (Cedric The Entertainer & Ludacris) Currently he is producing the Mobile TV show "Japan Confidential" for Major League Baseball and co-producing the film's "Christmas In Compton (Keith David & Omar Gooding) and "Ping Pong Summer" (Susan Sarandon & Amy Sedaris.)
Formerly as Sr. VP at IDJ/Universal Music he co-produced "Justin Bieber's Never Say Never" (the 2nd highest grossing documentary of all time) and Morgan Spurlock's documentary "The Greatest Movie Ever Sold." Prior to that, McHugh spent eight years as Vice President of Visual Media at the Jive/BMG where he started his production career by helping to launch Zomba Films. There he co-produced the film "Crossroads" (Zoe Saldana, Justin Long & Britney Spears) as well as soundtracks for films including Nickelodeon's "Wild Thornberry's" "Jimmy Neutron."
Prior to that as Vice President of Soundtracks at New Line Cinema McHugh co-produced many platinum and gold soundtracks such as "The Wedding Singer," "Rush Hour," "Austin Powers," "Blade" "Mortal Combat 2," "Love Jones & Lost In Space."
McHugh has music supervised over thirty feature films including the "Saw" film series " Son of Morning" (Heather Graham & Danny Glover), the upcoming "Hot Bot (Directed by the Polish Brothers), "I Break For Gringos" & "West of Memphis" (Produced by Peter Jackson/Directed by Amy Berg) McHugh is PGA member and a founding member of the Guild of Music Supervisors. He also serves on the NARAS TV Committee CBS TV show "The Grammy Awards."