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Elizabeth Baudouin is a writer/producer/music consultant 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 + Media at Emerson College. Elizabeth went on to work in the music industry in artist management, promotions, venue booking, show production, marketing 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 Records, Astralwerks, Machine Shop and many more.
She then joined Hollywood agency, A.D.D. Marketing + Advertising extending her work to building award winning creative marketing campaigns for major companies and brands in film, culture, consumer, art, CPG, beverage and apparel. This includes HBO, Showtime, Paramount Pictures, MTV, MTV Films, FOX Searchlight, Warner Bros, Nike, Fiji Water, Toyota and SONY PlayStation.
During this time she was also a music journalist, music editor, and worked sponsor/partner aquisitions for The Work Magazine while separately music supervising film and fashion presentations. Her community work runs through Los Angeles and New York having co-created the disaster relief grassroots organization LA Hearts NY and organizing immediate on the ground efforts to collect PPE for our covid frontline health workers in Los Angeles.
Elizabeth is also a published writer. Her work captures the human experience with humor, complexity and cultural totems. Her personal essays have been published in 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, Coachella's CAMP Magazine and BlackBook Magazine.
In addition to writing and music + culture journalism, she is an Executive Producer and Music Supervisor at the award winning production company NES Films, Co-Owner of the accalimed NES Creative and Owner of Late to Class, her personal creative and music supervision consultancy where she works as an independent consultant on special projects.
Elizabeth is an Emerson College graduate and studies The Technique with Joan Scheckel's Filmmaking Labs.