As VP, Music Supervision & Library at Raedio, Sarah Bromberg handles music supervision for a myriad of film and television projects. Her career encompasses experience as not only a music supervisor, but also as a record label manager and professor in between working on high-profile movies and series such as Starz’ P-Valley, Netflix’s film Someone Great, HBO’s Rap Sh!t more.
In 2015, Sarah joined the team at Bonfire Collective under the leadership of founder Stephanie Diaz-Matos. Over the course of the next five years, her music supervision spanned The Get Down, the ABC series Grand Hotel, and the acclaimed documentary Crime + Punishment, which made its debut at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.
Becoming a member of the Raedio team in 2020, her projects have included the critically acclaimed Netflix series Naomi Osaka, Hulu’s Woke & the Netflix documentary Civil: Ben Crump. Sarah is a 4 time Guild of Music Supervisor award nominee having won in 2022 for her work on HBOMax’s Sweet Life: Los Angeles. Sarah is also an adjunct professor at Loyola University in New Orleans.
Sarah’s most recent projects include the highly anticipated FX revival Justified: City Primeval, Netflix’s acclaimed series Survival of the Thickest starring Michelle Buteau and the upcoming second season of Issa Rae’s Rap Sh!t for HBOMax.
“I always hope the music we’re placing strongly speaks the language of the project to the viewer,” she leaves off. “We’re creatively exploring what the movie or series is saying musically. Maybe the audience discovers something new afterwards. There’s nothing better than that.”