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Heather Guibert

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With a career that spans nearly two decades, Heather Guibert is an adept collaborator with vast experience across visual media passionate about pairing music to stories and bringing ideas to life on screen. The four-time Guild of Music Supervisors Awards nominee has lent her music supervision expertise to more than 700 episodes of television and over two dozen feature films, in addition to her freelance work in trailers, promos and advertising.

Upon choosing to forego a career in aerospace engineering, to pursue her dream of working in Hollywood, Heather got her start as an intern in the Film/TV department at Chrysalis Music Publishing. The South Florida native, who split time growing up in rural France, then spent nine years honing her craft at Neophonic Music & Media working on such acclaimed television projects as Glee (Fox), The Americans (FX), CSI: Miami (CBS), United States of Tara (Showtime), American Horror Story (FX), Lincoln Heights (ABC Family), Nip/Tuck (FX), Generation Kill (HBO) and films Eat Pray Love (Sony Pictures), What to Expect When You’re Expecting (Lionsgate Films), Any Day Now (PFM Pictures), and The Normal Heart (HBO).

Building on her strong relationships and comprehensive knowledge of music supervision, Heather embarked on a new journey as an independent music supervisor with the formation of Francium Enterprises. Channeling her eclectic music taste to a diverse range of projects including critically lauded comedy series Better Things (FX) and Veep (HBO); music-driven documentary films Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice (Greenwich), Diane Warren: Relentless (XTR), David Crosby: Remember My Name (Sony Pictures Classics), and Stay Human (Soulworks); procedural drama series Stitchers (Freeform) and Rosewood (Fox); indie feature films Bull (Bert Marcus), Fools (Indie Rights), Senior Moment (Screen Media), and Major Arcana (General Store); contemporary reboots Lost in Space (Netflix) and BH90210 (CBS); multi-camera comedy series Mr. Iglesias (Netflix), Alexa & Katie (Netflix), and Dad Stop Embarrassing Me (Netflix); topical documentary films: Hysterical (FX), Spettacolo (Grasshopper), The Art of Rebellion (Bluprint), and Good Ol Girl (Tal Vez); mysterious dark drama series Witches of East

End (Lifetime) and The I-Land (Netflix); investigative docuseries Big Rad Wolf (Quibi), MerPeople (Netflix), and Sasha Reid and the Midnight Order (Freeform); and Emmy Award winning sketch series A Black Lady Sketch Show (HBO). Whether fiction or non-fiction, Heather loves being immersed in the world of the characters and crafting unique environments for each of their stories to flourish.

Heather is the current Vice President of the Guild of Music Supervisors, a graduate of University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music, and a proud member of the Television Academy, Film Independent, and Women in Film. In her spare time, she can be found petting dogs, exploring outdoors, or watching soccer.


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