Nicole Ehrlich Biography
Nicole Ehrlich is an American director, producer and women’s rights activist. Ehrlich is the SVP of Creative and Celebrity Relations and has been the recipient of Grammy, MTV VMA and Emmy Awards.
She has previously worked for Geffen Records, Extasy Records and Universal Music Group. Ehrlich is well known for her work with Lady Gaga and as a music video producer in general. Ehrlich’s work also includes full-length music DVDs and television production.
As a producer of documentaries, her works include the 2015 film The Hunting Ground. In the world of visual art, Ehrlich is the curator of the annual Art Basel Miami exhibition Celebration of Women in Art.
Nicole Ehrlich Age
Ehrlich was born on May 28, 1975 in United States (she is 47 years old as of 2022).
Nicole Ehrlich Height
Ehrlich stands at an estimated height of about 5feet 8 inches tall.
Nicole Ehrlich Family
Ehrlish is private when it comes to her personal life, she has not disclosed any information about her parents nor her sibling. Information will be updated soon, stay tuned!
Nicole Ehrlich Lesbian/ Cat Cora
Ehrlich is openly lesbian and has two sons with her ex-partner, Rosa Ehrlich, whom she started dating in 1998. She has dated Cat Cora, professional chef since 2017 and they married April 21, 2018 in Santa Barbara, California, then later divorced in April 2021.
Nicole Ehrlich Net Worth
Ehrlich’s estimated net worth is around $1million to $5million.
Nicole Ehrlich Salary
Ehrlich earns an estimated salary of about $100k to $500k annually.
Nicole Ehrlich Education
Nicole Ehrlich is a graduate of Smith College. Ehrlich’s short films created while in college won the Best Young Media Artist award at the Utah Short Film Festival and the Best Experimental film award at the New Orleans Film Festival. She also received an internship operating a technocrane at Panavision.
Nicole Ehrlich Career
Ehrlich was promoted in August 2002 to the head of video production and promotion at Extasy Records from the position of video commissioner. She was the video commissioner for Geffen Records in 2008. That year she appeared as a judge on the television series Redemption Song, which featured musical artists from the Fuse and Geffen labels. She was a Vice President in 2011 with the Universal Music Group. Ehrlich later became the CEO and a creative producer at Rocket In My Pocket. She has also spoken at conferences regarding music video production.
Ehrlich co-produced the music videos assembled for Blink-182: Greatest Hits DVD and for Lighthouse’s music DVD Lighthouse: Live in Portland! in 2005. She then produced Loose: The Concert for Nelly Furtado in 2007. In 2010 Ehrlich was named in the nominations for the Best Collaboration, Best Choreography, and Video of the Year awards at the MTV Video Music Awards, for her work in co-producing the Lady Gaga video for Telephone. The video won the award for Best Collaboration.
Ehrlich was also named in nine nominations for co-producing the Lady Gaga video Bad Romance, from which the video won the Best Female Video, Best Dance Music Video, Best Pop Video, Best Direction, Best Editing, Best Choreography, and Video of the Year awards. Then in 2011 she was awarded the Grammy for Best Short Form Music Video for the video, which she co-produced with Heather Helier.
At the 2011 VMAs, Ehrlich was named in four nominations, including nominations for Best Choreography, Best Female Video and Best Art Direction for the Lady Gaga video Born this Way (winning for Best Female Video), in addition to co-producing the Best Choreography nominated video Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO. Ehrlich received the credit as creative producer and producer for the Lady Gaga album Born This Way: The Collection. She also produced the television specials Lady Gaga Presents: The Monster Ball Tour in 2011 at Madison Square Garden and A Very Gaga Thanksgiving.
Ehrlich started co-producing the lady Gaga video G.U.Y in January 2014 at hearst castle and in March 2014 it was released. She has also worked with artists including The Cure, Usher, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Blink-182, Enrique Iglesias, Weezer, Wiz Khalifa, Tony Bennett and Quincy Jones on music production projects. Ehrlich won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Music in 2016 and Lyrics for her work on the Lady Gaga video Til It Happens to You.
Television and film production
In addition to music videos, she has also produced television commercials featuring Usher and Samsung, Lady Gaga and Google Chrome, in addition to President Barack Obama and Code.org, which she also directed. She produced the television documentary Dropped Iin 2006 and in 2010 she executive produced the video documentary Another Station: Another Mile. She executive produced the television movie Inside: El DeBarge in 2011, produced the television film Countdown to: Mindless Behavior and was co-producer for the horror film Detention. Ehrlich also founded the company Rocket in my Pocket and also Valis Studios. She served as a producer for the film The Hunting Ground in 2015, which was nominated for an Emmy award.
Since 2013, Nicole Ehrlich has curated the annual Art Basel Miami exhibition Celebration of Women in Art in Miami Beach, the goal of which is “to raise the representation of women in art museums, galleries, and shows,” according to the Miami New Times. In 2015, Ehrlich also produced the Rainbow Body solo exhibition by artist Millie Brown.