All Eyes Media is a boutique media relations firm that specializes in tailor-made national, regional and digital press campaigns for each of our music clients.

With over 25 years of experience creating and implementing successful campaigns in rock, pop, indie, Americana, jazz, world, dance, country, singer/songwriter and more, All Eyes Media provides an intelligent, thoughtful and effective approach to public relations and the development of sustainable careers.

All Eyes Media has long-standing relationships in the worlds of television, digital, print, and syndicated radio. We pride ourselves on achieving maximum exposure for our artists while maintaining the highest level of integrity and avoiding hype.

The foundation of our efforts is built on a substantive understanding of our artists’ music, vision, history and personalities. As important as it is to fully realize an artist’s talent and potential, at All Eyes Media it is equally as important to understand their experience, fears and possible limitations to adapt our strategies to their specific needs. We are here to serve as a guide on the path to success.

Whether it’s national or regional outreach, online/digital exposure, television appearances, tour press or a unique approach to a special project, All Eyes Media continues to meet and exceed the vision of our clients.

Our Team

Jim Flammia

Jim Flammia is the founder and President of All Eyes Media. With over 25 years of experience, Jim has successfully worked with all levels of artists from mega-stars to up and comers and in a number of different genres, including pop, rock, avant-garde, dance, alternative, Americana, country, hip-hop, jam, R&B and more. He has created and overseen Grammy Award campaigns as well as developed crisis management strategies for his clients.

Prior to launching All Eyes Media in 2010, Jim was Vice President of Media and Artist Relations at Lost Highway Records/Universal Music Group in Nashville, where he oversaw media efforts surrounding album releases and tours by Johnny Cash, Elvis Costello, Willie Nelson, Ryan Adams, Van Morrison, Ryan Bingham, Hayes Carll, Tift Merritt, The Jayhawks, Lyle Lovett and many more. Previously, in his role as Director of Media Relations for Universal/Republic Records in New York, Jim created and managed campaigns for Godsmack, Blue October, 3 Doors Down and 98 Degrees, among others.

Jim worked for independent public relations agencies in New York City before joining the labels, representing Shania Twain, John Lee Hooker, Brad Mehldau, Natalie Merchant, Widespread Panic, Buddah Records and Wynton Marsalis at the Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Shore Fire Media and handled both musical and corporate clients while at JLM Public Relations in Manhattan.

Jim grew up, and remains, a die-hard Queen fan (before the trend) and The Clash. He is also a longtime Deadhead (also pre-trend) and a huge lover of Tom Waits, Miles Davis, Radiohead, Fela Kuti, Elvis Costello, Sleater Kinney, Wilco, and more modern artists such as Michael Kiwanuka, Sharon Van Etten, SAULT, St. Vincent, Kendick Lamar to name a few. When Jim is not working to elevate the careers of his clients or raising his family with his wife, you might find him cooking (ok, eating) or pulling out the remaining hair on his head while watching his beloved New York Jets or New York Knicks find new and innovative ways to absolutely and completely blow it.

Karen Wiessen

Karen knew she wanted to work in music at a young age, when she found out her neighbors in suburban New Jersey worked with the legendary Bruce Springsteen (they were actually in the fan club but whatever).

As a publicist with more than 20 years of experience, she has worked with some of the biggest stars in music, as well as artists in the very beginning of their careers. She has both major label and agency experience. Karen was Vice President of Media and Artist Relations at the Island Def Jam Music Group where she managed campaigns for Lionel Richie, Willie Nelson, PJ Harvey, Fall Out Boy, Sum 41 and many more. 

Karen has also worked for independent public relations agencies, including Shore Fire Media and The Door. Past clients included Maxwell, U2, Soul Coughing, Train, Kathy Mattea, Cedric Burnside and many more.

When she’s not listening to music or fostering rescue dogs, you can find her baking and staring at her bike that goes nowhere, hoping to use it as more than a coat rack. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and two daughters. She swears she is not a “Karen” but who knows.

Josh Zanger

Josh Zanger began working in the music industry as a lowly intern at Touch & Go/Quarterstick Records and Biz3 Publicity, subsequently taking a position at Touch & Go as a tour/new media publicist. Additional time as a freelance writer and an office assistant at Overcoat Management (The Frames, Glen Hansard, Iron & Wine) prepared him for the jack-of-all-trades head publicist position at Bloodshot Records, where he worked successful campaigns for established acts Murder By Death, Robbie Fulks, Justin Townes Earle, The Bottle Rockets, William Elliott Whitmore, Mekons, Laura Jane Grace, and assisted in building publicity profiles for at-the-time growing artists such as Lydia Loveless, Sarah Shook & the Disarmers, ROOKIE, Banditos, Yawpers and more.

Beyond music, Josh has a passion for animals, baseball, reading, movies and expanding his interest in cooking. He lives in Chicago with his cat, Louvin.

Kayla Sprindis

Kayla is a Tour Publicist & Junior Publicist at All Eyes Media. She accidentally started her publicity career in 2017 when she accepted a summer internship with Michael J. Media Group just to get music industry experience and ended up working there for 5 years. Kayla grew up in Madison, Wisconsin before moving to Nashville to study music business at Belmont University. She was set on a career as a crime scene investigator or criminal behavior analyst until she simultaneously realized she could make a living from working with cool musicians and that she feels sick when she sees blood.

Kayla has been obsessed with music ever since her mom held headphones to her pregnant belly and forced her to listen to Dido, Sara McLachlan, and 10,000 Maniacs. Growing up, her family had weekly dance parties to “Swingtown” and “Jungle Love” by Steve Miller Band, which led to Kayla’s love for 70s music. Her favorite artists are the Bee Gees, ABBA, Electric Light Orchestra, John Mayer, Lana del Rey, Barry Manilow, Parrotfish, Phoenix, Paul McCartney, Betcha, Weezer, The Killers, and The 1975.

When she’s not working, Kayla spends her time walking around her neighborhood with her baby angel/dog Josie, going to the movies, trying new beers at local breweries (or the same beers at Tailgate), listening to celebrity memoirs on audiobook, and being a couch potato. She currently has 8 plants in her office and is very proud to have kept them alive this long.