Music Supervision + Consulting
by Elizabeth Baudouin




Elizabeth Baudouin is a writer/music supervisor/promoter who lives in Los Angeles.

She began in music as the Music Director and on-air host of 88.9 WERS, while studying PR/Marketing/Advertising at Emerson College. After graduating, Elizabeth went on to work in the music industry in artist management, promotions and music supervision. She has worked alongside artists and labels like Warner Bros, Nettwerk, Dangerbird, Virgin, V2, Palm Pictures, Island/Def Jam, Capitol, Epic, Whirly Girl, Atlantic, Vapor, EMI, Universal, J, Astralwerks, Machine Shop and many more. She then transitioned into working with major consumer brands in art, culture, consumer, CPG, beverage, apparel and film. 

During this time she was also a music journalist and music editor for The Work Magazine while separately music supervising film and fashion presentations.

Elizabeth is a published writer. Her work captures the human experience with humor, complexity and cultural totems. Her essays have appeared in publications such as Vogue, The Work Magazine, Atelier Dore and Huffington Post. Having interviewed over 200 artists and musicians, Elizabeth's music and culture journalism has been published in The Coveteur, The Work Magazine, FvF, Bullett Magazine, CAMP Magazine and BlackBook Magazine.