A 27 year entertainment industry veteran, Larry Brahms began his career in the music industry having held various management positions for leading record and entertainment management firms including: TK Records (credited as one of the innovators of the disco movement, produced such acts as KC & The Sunshine Band, George McCrae and Foxy) and TDI Management (a worldwide management representation firm for such headliners as The Village People, The Richie Family, Celi Bee, Dorothy Moore among others). In 1984 Brahms decided to capitalize on the aerobic fitness craze and with the aid of two partners, he developed the fitness concept Freedance (the marketing story of the mid-eighties and one of the most successful fitness videos of the year on the Billboard charts). Also MTI was born and became and operating division of Brahm's new company And More Entertainment Corp. In '87 And More Entertainment entered the realm of record production, manufacturing and distribution with the new Miami sound explosion releasing various hits on AME records. Through AME's consulting divisions TDI, Brahms was instrumental in taking Atlantic Records artist Debbie Gibson to the position of top five on Billboard's pop charts. In the 90's Brahms and his wife and partner Claudia, made the transition from music into the ever-changing video industry, expanding into direct acquisition of independent theatrical and direct to video product. By establishing unique distribution relationships with other independent labels under its banner, Brahms has positioned MTI Home Video and its studio partners as one of the fastest growing and uniquely diverse home entertainment companies in the industry.