AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Grace Sharington, whose resume includes print and runway model, professional musician, producer, and entrepreneur, has been chosen by Texas CoWorking and Spring.net as the official host for “Austin Lifestyles.” The web-based show, which launched in March during the SXSW festival, has produced over two hundred video interviews spotlighting everything from technology company founders and restaurant owners to entertainment industry professionals and soon-to-be-discovered artists.
“I am so thrilled for this opportunity to explore the best of Austin, while offering my own personal spin on what I love about this city,” remarked Sharington. “After testing the waters at SXSW, and interviewing some of film, music, and technology’s most sought after leaders, I’m ready to move full force ahead and build the show into something that offers value for both residents and tourists of Austin.”
In conjunction with the “Austin Lifestyles” webisodes, Sharington will chronicle her life, giving blog readers a behind-the-scenes look at all sides of lifestyle and entertainment while sharing her every day challenges as an artist and female entrepreneur.
About Grace Sharington
Grace Sharington is an Austin, Texas-based music industry professional and entrepreneur. After spending over a decade as a print and runway model and a singer-songwriter for a number of artists including “The Scorpions,” “Jamie Principle” and “Dremana,” she shifted her focus to the business side of the entertainment industry. To date, Sharington’s music project credits include: AEMMP’s Record, “Safe In Sound,” “Big Fish Little Fish Volume 2 Emerging Women in Music,” and charting on XM Radio Unsigned with songs from two self-released CDs. Sharington is the co-founder of Dremana Productions, Inc., a multimedia company that offers high caliber web development, audio recording, and video production services; and the principal of Sharington Consulting, which offers music industry consulting services to emerging international entertainment markets.