Kirkland Alexander Lynch
President & Chairman
Kirkland Alexander Lynch is a Harvard-educated attorney, CPA and consultant with a primary focus on the entertainment industry.
Lynch has co-founded and helped lead a number of entertainment-focused-businesses, including:
Mouvement Management, an entertainment management firm; and
Working Holiday, a creative and branding agency.
As well as non-entertainment-focused businesses, including:
Kirkland Alexander Enterprises, Inc.
In tandem, Lynch currently serves as Business Affairs Strategist for the Stevie Wonder Organization (e.g.; Stevland Morris Productions, LLC; Taurus Productions, LLC; Wonder Power Music, LLC; and Wonder Productions, Inc.).
Previously, Lynch served as Associate Director of Global Business & Legal Affairs at Universal Music Group, working directly under the General Counsel; prior to UMG and immediately following his graduation from law school, Lynch was a member of the Mergers & Acquisitions group of New York based law firm, Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP, spending time in both its New York and London offices; in 2009, after receiving his Master of Accounting, Lynch began his professional career in the Financial Audit and Enterprise Risk Services department of Big 4 accounting firm, Deloitte & Touche LLP in Los Angeles, CA.
Lynch received his J.D. degree from Harvard Law School. Lynch also received his Master of Accounting from the University of Southern California and his undergraduate degree with Honors and Distinction from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Lynch has been fortunate to service a number of organizations and individuals throughout the globe; working on projects that have received both domestic and international acclaim. Selected highlights of aforementioned projects, below.
The Stevie Wonder Song Party
In servicing Wonder Productions, Inc. as Business Affairs Strategist, Lynch assisted in the planning, production and execution of the Stevie Wonder Song Party: A Celebration of Life, Love & Music, a concert series that ran throughout the United States and Canada. The concert series, a product and vision of the genius that is Stevie Wonder, received rave reviews from the Boston Globe, Philadelphia Magazine and the Washington Post, the latter which describe the series as, “…one of the happiest ways to spend an evening.”
The Voice Kids UK Seasons 1 & 2
Needing to break the “boy band” image of former London-based Mouvement Management client, Danny Jones, Lynch and his partner in Mouvement, George Karalexis, worked aimlessly and hand-in-hand with the UK television network, ITV, to use The Voice Kids UK as a platform to rebrand the former McFly guitarist. Season 1 garnered a series average of 3.78 and Season 2 averaged 3.38, huge numbers for British summer TV ratings, with Danny Jones gracing the covers and centerfolds of numerous magazines, including Candid, FGUK, HELLO!, People and Wonderland.
Mason Ramsey Merchandise
Through the creative and branding agency, Working Holiday, Lynch oversaw the planning, design and execution of selected merchandise for the Nashville-based recording artist popularly known as “Yodel Boy” and professionally known as Mason Ramsey. Through acute attention to art and design, the team created a series of t-shirts that comprehensively grasped Mason’s immediate fanbase while also extending sales to celebrities, families, athletes and others who were “fashion-first.” Instagram posts from celebrities including Steve Aoki, Lil Yachty, Diplo and others, led to over 30 million+ impressions and sales in the six figures.