Jeeve (a.k.a. Jean-Yves Ducornet) is a fixture of the music and entertainment world. Well known for being a one-of-a-kind musical architect, crafting as a producer, musician, songwriter, engineer, and composer, he has created a catalogue of music which has been used for countless films, TV shows, commercials and music projects.

In 2004, Jeeve was nominated at the Latin Grammys for Producer of The Year (DJ Kane: DJ Kane).

In 2013, Jeeve won a Latin Grammy for best Pop /Rock Album (Beto Cuevas: Transformacion) – Production and Songwriting..

In 2017, Jeeve was nominated at the Latin Grammys for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album – Production, Songwriting and Mixing

With his knowledge of creating and developing incredible musical talent, Jeeve works with a select team of the industry’s top co-writers and co-producers such as Philip Lawrence, Dave Gibson, Babyface, Tricky, Diane Warren, the Writing Camp and Claudia Brant to name a few.

Jeeve has worked with a huge variety of accomplished and widely known recording artists world-wide.  Some of these artists include Bruno Mars, Britney Spears, Matthew Koma, Foxes, Luis Fonsi, Giorgio Moroder, James Arthur (U.K.), M. Pokora (France), David Bisbal (Spain), Carlos Santana, Tupac Shakur, The Game, Nicole Sherzinger, Paulina Rubio, Beto Cuevas, Vintage Trouble, Darius Rucker and many more.

Jeeve has an extensive list of credits in TV & Film which include providing music for fifteen seasons of “America’s Next Top Model” and featured music in Popular shows such as:

“Oz” * “Modern Family” * “Scrubs” * “Sex and the City” * “Fraiser” * “Bad Girls Club” * “Doll House” * “Boston Public ” * “Roswell” * “The Shield” * “Faking it”

…. along with music for HBO * NBC * WB * Showtime * MTV * Paramount * CBS * Fox * ABC* Paramount Pictures * 20th Century Fox * The Disney Channel * Universal * UPN * Oxygen Network * Bravo * Warner Brothers * Touchstone …

A dual citizen of the US & France, Jeeve spent his early years traveling back and forth between both countries, where he developed his broad musical skills. After studying at the studio Des Varietés in Paris, France and Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA he relocated to Los Angeles where he currently resides.