Born: Minneapolis, MN
Education: BA, Berklee College of Music
Andrew David Linde grew up in Corcoran, MN and attended Maple Grove High School. During high school he played in bands, rode BMX, and worked for TinderboX Music, a college radio promoter. Upon completion of high school he moved to NYC to Intern at ASCAP’s Film & TV division. After he completed his Internship in NYC he moved to Boston in the winter of 2004.
Andrew graduated from Berklee College of Music in the spring of 2007 with a Bachelor of Music in Contemporary Writing and Production. In 2008, he founded Panacea3, a digital reputation management agency. Panacea3 works with clients in many different industries from Fortune 500 corporations to small/medium-sized businesses to help protect and positively affect their digital reputations.
In 2010 he became the CEO of No Shame, an indie label based in Brooklyn, NY. In November of 2013 he founded Juncture Media, an IP development company focused on producing and publishing new creative titles in the digital space. Andrew left No Shame in September of 2015 to fully devote his energies to Juncture Media & Panacea3. In April 2017 he joined the board of directors for The After School Arts Program.
He currently resides in Connecticut/Brooklyn and tries to snowboard and play video games whenever he can.