Founder/CEO Douglass Fake
Store Manager Jeff Johnson
Business Development Director Roger Feigelson
Shipping Associate George Champagne
IT Manager/Webmaster Mark Hammon
Design Director Kay Marshall
Production Manager Regina Fake
Mastering Engineer Joe Tarantino
Editorial Coordinator Frank K. DeWald
AlumniFounder/CEO Douglass Fake
...is owner and President of Intrada. He's a composer, soundtrack producer, collector and dad, combining a variety of interests into his role as Intrada's musical director. From his very first soundtrack LP purchase, Taras Bulba
, while in elementary school in 1962, he knew that the magic of movie music would play a very important role in his life. In addition to producing the albums, Doug also performs the majority of the digital editing and final mastering chores himself in Intrada's own studio. His greatest achievements are the simultaneous production early on of albums by Jerry Goldsmith, Basil Poledouris, and Bruce Broughton; and building that small, ambitious start into hundreds of releases by these and many other important artists. His favorite memory is of meeting Jerry Goldsmith in 1986, not as a fan, but as the producer of what would be the first of many albums.Store Manager Jeff Johnson
...has been working for Intrada since 1990—back in the day when Intrada actually had a walk-in store. Initially a customer, Jeff started working part-time on a casual basis because it "seemed like a cool place to work (but what did I know)." When his other job ended, he asked to take on a full-time role at Intrada, and for about twenty years was Intrada's only full-time employee. Now he is responsible for sales and all retail operations, maintaining the inventory and making sure the online orders get shipped out in a timely manner. A favorite soundtrack is hard to pin down, but for nostalgia reasons it seems to always come back to The Omen
- the first soundtrack album he ever purchased with his own allowance money.Roger Feigelson, Business Development
...started in the early ’90s. He sometimes refers to himself as "the red tape guy," but Roger is responsible for new projects, establishing and maintaining relationships with licensors, negotiating contracts and locating master elements, managing the production schedule, and promoting Intrada albums. He is proudest of helping to develop a strong relationship with Disney, closing deals to release Back to the Future
and the Amazing Stories
anthology, as well as smaller projects that are less well-known, but are musically meaningful to him like Fandango
and The Blue and the Gray
. His first film music memory remains his favorite - sick with the flu back in 1977 and his father brought home the 2-LP set for Star Wars
. Little did he know what he was starting.Shipping Associate George Champagne
...handles mail room tasks. In addition to controlling all packaging supplies and mailing needs, George actually gets the parcels wrapped and sends them on their way to you. In the unlikely event any problem occurs with your order - it's most likely due to George - certainly not Doug, Jeff or Roger.IT Manager/Webmaster Mark Hammon
...became part of the Intrada Family in 1996. Mark is responsible for all things technical. His love of film and film music led him to Intrada in the early ‘90s. He moved the store from a text form web site to the first HTML web site with cover art and sound samples, which he still maintains today. Patton
was the first soundtrack LP he purchased at the age of 10, and to be connected with Intrada’s definitive CD release (with his name in the credits!) made it very special.Design Director Kay Marshall
...joined Intrada in 2015 assisting Joe Sikoryak with artwork development. When Joe moved on to bigger and better things in 2016, Kay took over the art direction full-time. She hasn't yet decided on a favorite film or movie music moment, but we anxiously await her decision.Production Manager Regina Fake
...has worked for Intrada for as long as she can remember—as a youngster, folding mail-order catalogs, and later, wrapping packages and assisting the bookkeeper. Since 2009 her responsibilities have grown to include supervising of all print and audio manufacturing, mail room and bookkeeping duties, as well as administrative assistance to CEO Doug Fake. Her earliest Intrada memories include freaking out when her dad used the heat gun on the shrink-wrap machine. Her favorite soundtrack varies according to mood, but Young Sherlock Holmes
is always a good choice.Mastering Engineer Joe Tarantino
...has worked with Doug Fake at the storied Fantasy Studios facility since the early days of digital in the 1980s. Joe is responsible for entering metadata and giving the audio his "final blessing" before creating the DDP Master (Digital Data Protocol) that gets shipped to the plant for replication. After working on hundreds of titles for Intrada, the highlight remains collaborating with Bruce Broughton on Silverado
, one of Joe’s favorite films.Editorial Coordinator Frank K. DeWald
...joined Intrada in 2012 assisting Joe Sikoryak and Regina Fake with gathering text and other materials for the CD booklets. Frank quickly became Intrada's master-of-texts and is responsible for pretty much all written materials except this description right here. Alumni
Intrada would not be where it is today without the invaluable work of many friends and colleagues who have moved on to "real" jobs! They are gone for now but not forgotten, and we're thrilled when they return to help us with odds and ends!
Joe Sikoryak joined Intrada in 1998. A lifetime film buff and occasional filmmaker, Joe is responsible for the look and feel of all Intrada releases, having personally designed over 350 of our CDs (as well as helping to redesign this website). His favorite soundtrack is also one of the first he ever purchased: Planet of the Apes
(back when he was working his way through college making personal appearances as Dr. Zaius).
Kerry Sullivan has been the 'new kid' at Intrada since October 2011, overseeing Intrada's finance and accounting activities. Her soundtrack choices have been heavily influenced by her children, as she spent 2003 through 2008 viewing Pirates of the Carribean: the Curse of the Black Pearl
daily while her son was in his pirate phase. As he and her two daughters now believe themselves to be Captain America, Iron Man & Thor, she is pleased to have an Intrada title, The Avengers
, as her current favorite.
Wendy Kupsaw started working with Intrada in 2002 as bookkeeper and accounting manager. A long-time movie lover, Wendy is responsible for daily accounting operations at Intrada. She has guided the business transition to more sophisticated financial systems as it has grown. Exposure to the wonderful world of movie soundtracks allows her to impress her friends with knowledge of film music and composers. Her favorite score (at the moment) is North by Northwest
, which recently screened at a local theater – a thrilling experience!
We also engage the services of freelance producers, writers and engineers to help produce our albums, whose names and talents are too numerous to mention, but whose assistance and support is too valuable to ignore. Thank you all!