creative control is a multi-faceted music supervision, consultation, live event, and production company, with offices in New Orleans and Los Angeles and diverse clients ranging from independent film studios and boutique record labels to brand marketing partners and international governments.

Collectively, the principal members of creative control have music supervised or spearheaded the music efforts for the Academy Award®-winning films Crash and Monster's Ball, as well as projects as varied as HBO's Little Britain USA, Strangers with Candy, Saw, Wonderland, Tyler Perry's Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Madea's Family Reunion, Daddy's Little Girls, Why Did I Get Married?, Meet the Browns, The Family That Preys, Madea Goes to Jail and I Can Do Bad All by Myself, Akeelah & the Bee, The Devil's Rejects, Rules of Attraction, Peaceful Warrior and the Leonard Cohen concert film and documentary I'm Your Man. creative control counts among its music supervision and consultation clients several of the top independent film companies including Tyler Perry Studios, The Weinstein Company, Lionsgate, Roberts-David Films and Sobini Films.

creative control 's live events arm has produced events for a number of music, film and television partners, including Saddle Creek Records, Sugaroo!, Ole Music Publishing, Vagrant Records, Domino Recording Co., Barsuk Records and the Governments of Canada and New Zealand. creative control is also in its 5th year of spearheading the live music programming for the Government of Canada at the annual SXSW Music and Media Conference, held in Austin, Texas. This year's event drew an estimated 3,000 attendees.

creative control is now working on their 9th TylerPerry feature, Why Did I Get Married Too?, starring Janet Jackson, Jill Scott and Malik Yoba, slated for an April 2010 release. Their last Perry project, I Can Do Bad All by Myself, generated over $50M at the domestic box office and garnered partner Joel C. High an "Outstanding Music Supervision-Film" nomination at the 2009 Hollywood Music in Media Awards. Recent creative control projects include: Love and Other Impossible Pursuits - starring Natalie Portman and Lisa Kudrow, written and directed by Don Roos - which made it's debut in September 2009 at the Toronto International Film Festival; Fort McCoy - a WWII-era drama starring Eric Stolz, Kate Connor and Lyndsy Fonseca; and Ravenous, a teen thriller featuring Briana Evigan as a resilient sister determined to save herself and her autistic brother from a deadly predator.

At the top of creative control 's production development slate is American Storytellers, a country music-themed television film series done in conjunction with Roberts/David Films and executive producer/platinum selling country artist Clint Black.