A rare LA native in the entertainment industry, Yvette Metoyer started her career in the film and TV music industry as an assistant and later a music coordinator on a number of critical darlings, including the Emmy-award winning AMC series, “Breaking Bad”, as well as the equally compelling follow-up, “Better Call Saul”, and zombie apocalypse ratings juggernaut, “The Walking Dead”. In July 2020, Yvette decided to take the reins and founded music supervision company, Sounds In Color.
Her recent work can be seen in the third season of the smash hit Amazon original series, “The Boys, the forthcoming spinoff series, “Gen V”, and the Fox drama series, “The Cleaning Lady”.
As a compliment to her career, Yvette has also focused on community support and volunteering. She is a member of the Guild of Music Supervisors Education Committee, which produces an annual conference centered on educating the film and TV industry about the field of music supervision and beyond. Additionally, Yvette is a third-year member of the Television Academy Music Peer Group, who engage to address the needs of its members in the music field.