NES CREATIVE IS A COMMUNICATIONS AGENCY FOR THE LEADING EDGE IN STYLE, DESIGN + CULTURE.
With operations in New York City and Los Angeles, our team of agents manage a global clientele.
NES Creative is run by founder, Natalie Shirinian and her partner, Elizabeth Baudouin.
NATALIE E. SHIRINIAN, Founder
Natalie Shirinian founded NES Creative in 2010 with the intent of bridging the gap between fashion and interiors. As the agency grew, her client catalogue evolved to include product designers, furniture designers, artists, galleries, and style brands.
Natalie has contributed to Vogue, Interview Magazine, The Covetuer, The Work Magazine and The Huffington Post. Her relationships with style leaders, tastemakers, and galleries – both domestic and international – amplify her influence in the industry and extends her clientele’s core business.
In addition to NES Creative, Natalie is the co-founder of NES FILMS and Executive Producer of her documentary, Interior Motives which began screening in November 2017.
ELIZABETH BAUDOUIN, Partner
Elizabeth Baudouin has been working in promotions, production and brand strategy for 15 years. Her main goal has always been communicating her client’s authentic story in a compelling way to reach as many people as possible.
Elizabeth’s work has a multi-industry appeal having created and managed campaigns for music, design, art, entertainment,and lifestyle brands including: Warner Music Group, EMI, MTV, MOCA, NIKE, MIRAMAX, Astralwerks, Paddle8, HBO, American Express, Island/Def Jam, The Vision + Art of Shinjo Ito, Saatchi & Saatchi, Deutsch, and Weiden + Kennedy.
Elizabeth’s music curation projects include supervising the sounds for fashion presentations, launch events, gallery openings, retail spaces, radio programming, brand environments, fashion promos, commercials, television, and film. She has interviewed over 150 artists including Active Child, Willie Nelson, Glasser, Pete Yorn, Tegan + Sara, Silvia Prada, and Juliana Hatfield.
She has served as the Music Editor for The Work Magazine and contributed stories to The Huffington Post, BlackBook Magazine, The Coveteur, FvF, Bullett Media and The Work Magazine.
In addition to NES Creative, Elizabeth is currently writing her first novel.