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Elizabeth Baudouin is a writer/music supervisor/creative who lives in Los Angeles and New York City.
She began in music as the Music Director and on-air host of 88.9 WERS, while a studying PR/Marketing/Advertising at Emerson College. After graduating, Elizabeth went on to work in the music industry for eight years and then transitioned into working with major brands in art, culture, consumer and film. During this time she was also a music journalist and music editor for The Work Magazine while separetly music supervising content, tv/films and fashion presentations.
Elizabeth also writes personal essays that document the human experience with humor, complexity and cultural totems. Her work has appeared in publications such as Vogue, The Work Magazine, Atelier Dore and Huffington Post. Elizabeth's music and culture journalism has been published in The Coveteur, The Work Magazine, FvF, Bullett Magazine, and BlackBook Magazine.
Elizabeth is also a music superisor and music consultant which she does through Late to Class. She is also partner at the creative communications agency, NES CREATIVE, with her wife, Natalie Shirinian, the founder.
Together they have been featured in David Yurman’s Valentine’s Day Campaign, The New York Times, The Coveteur, W Magazine, Vogue Living, Matches Fashion, Living Etc., Elle Decor Italia, Say Hi To, RUM ID, Interview Magazine Germany, Attitude, Elle Korea, Lonny, Openhouse and DOMINO.