Jon Kurland works in original content at Amazon, where he structures and negotiates a wide variety of deals for Audible and its associated content partners. He previously worked in entertainment law private practice, where he regularly advised clients in the film, television, and new media industries, and served as outside counsel on such productions as Suburbicon (Paramount, 2017), Get Me Roger Stone (Netflix, 2017), Hold the Dark (Netflix, 2018), and Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat (Netflix, 2018). Jon has also represented award-winning musical performing artists including Kanye West, Dave Matthews, Pearl Jam, Nick Jonas, and Demi Lovato in connection with their transactional legal and business affairs.
Jon also serves on the board of directors for No Longer Empty, an arts organization dedicated to reinvigorating urban spaces through contemporary art, as well as the Digital Art Committee for the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Jon graduated summa cum laude as a Benjamin Franklin Scholar from the University of Pennsylvania and received a J.D. from Harvard Law School.