Chantel Baul

Writer. Editor. Explorer.

Columbus, GA

Chantel Baul

Welcome to my portfolio!

I'm a skilled communicator and a results-driven researcher with an ever-growing curiosity. I've been in digital and print content creation for the last four years, and I've got a diverse body of work to show for it. Writing affords me the invaluable opportunity to meet passionate people, explore interesting places and share little-known stories with the world. I love what I do, and I trust you will too.


Outpost Brings Bands and Brands Together to Put El Paso on the Map

One year ago, a conspicuous cuboid building opened on Missouri Ave just off of I-10 West as a convenient rest stop for touring musicians traveling through the southwest. Offering guests a thoughtful curation of healthy snacks, high-quality toiletries and exquisite amenities free-of-charge, Outpost has hosted more than 200 traveling bands since its inception.
The Fusion Magazine Link to Story

Your Ultimate Guide to the 2018 Hangout Music Festival

The 2018 Hangout Music Fest is just weeks away, and it’s sure to be bigger and better than ever before. Between May 18 and 20, Gulf Shores will host the best beach bash in the Southeast, complete with incredible art, fun games and a star-studded lineup featuring the biggest names in pop music. Hangout Fest attracts hundreds of beach-loving audiophiles each year, and it’s not too late to get in on the fun.
Beachin Bob's Blog Link to Story

The Return: La Parada Celebrates 8 Years on Friday

In 2010, a group of artistic minds came together to create a grassroots festival celebrating art, music and culture in the city. From there La Parada, was born. Taking place every first Friday of the month, La Parada is an invitation to experience El Paso’s creative energy in an unfiltered, unscripted, organic environment; it’s a social party for the community.
Fusion Magazine Link to Story

Mudbugs and Music . . . Find this dynamic duo at the Waterway Village Zydeco & Crawfish Festival

Spring is an exciting time on the Gulf Coast. Winter’s icy grip rescinds, and warm weather awakens the flora, fauna and folks who call the coastline home. Naturally, people are ready to go outside and smell the roses, as they say. So the region offers a particularly fun springtime festivity. Lovers of all things Creole and Cajun, this one’s for you.
Beachin' Bob's Blog Link to Story

Eight is Great: Neon Desert Music Festival Is Back

The wait is over. Neon Desert Music Festival is scheduled to hit Downtown El Paso over Memorial Day weekend on May 27 – 28. Neon Desert is the Southwest’s premier music festival, the roots of which date back to 2009. Over time, local production groups, community organizers and sponsors came together to build up an electrifying music fest in the heart of Chuco Town.
Fusion Magazine Link to Story

House Party at Club Here I Love You

Alex and Joe Nava of the Late Night Social Club (promoter/DJ Crew) are shaking up the local music scene once again. Their latest venture, Club Here I Love You, opened its doors on March 27 as a hub for EDM enthusiasts looking for a house to call home. Inspired by venues like The Hacienda, The Sub Club and The Loft, among others, the Navas wanted to create a place that paid homage to the pivotal figures in the spread of underground dance music.
Fusion Magazine Link to Story

Shots Fired | Acid Pie Returns with Watergun

Borderland band Acid Pie first came on the scene in 2012 with their debut EP It Makes Me Feel Like . . . With their gritty chords, swift percussion, and gripping vocals, the group quickly gained a following in Juarez. Their unabashedly retro-yet-relevant feel earned them a nomination for “Best Garage/Punk Album” at the 2013 Indie-O-Music Awards, as well as a record deal with El Paso’s own Electric Social Records in 2014.
Fusion Magazine Link to Story

5 Must-See Shows at the Savannah Music Festival

In today’s sensationalized, hypersonic, social media-crazed popular culture, we seem to be losing our appreciation for real, good music. As a multifaceted genre, music has always been one of the strongest binding forces among people. Regardless of whether you know the language in which a song is sung, no matter if you’re familiar with the instrumentation or the composers, you just know a great piece of music when you hear it.
Tybee Island Travel Blog Link to Story


Chantel Baul

Chantel Baul is a nomad with a knack for writing and an ever-growing curiosity. She's also a proud Army Officer and an NPR nerd with a deep passion for all things travel, sustainable living and adventure. Check back frequently for her latest work and be sure to connect on social media.



  • Social Media Writing
  • Digital Photography
  • Blogging
  • B2B Copywriting
  • B2C Copywriting
  • SEO Copywriting