Blythe Thomas is a CMT award-nominated music video director and photographer.
At just 26, Blythe has established herself as a creative force in the music industry. Her portfolio ranges from official music videos to documentarian work (credits include directing, editing, and often shooting). Her clients include Sony Music Group (Columbia Records), Warner Music Group (Warner Nashville, Atlantic), Universal Music Group (Def Jam, Republic), Scooter Braun Projects, Sandbox Entertainment, and beyond.
To date, her work has been credited in virtually all major outlets, including TIME, Rolling Stone, Vogue, Vice, Billboard, People, Snapchat, Glamour, and Teen Vogue.
Blythe is passionate about producing killer content with a personal touch. She’ll work tirelessly to achieve an artist’s vision, no matter the scope.
Her only set rules? Don’t be an asshole. And, ideally, someone bring tacos to set.
In addition to her work in the music industry, Blythe is passionate about speaking out and advocating for LGBTQ rights, helping de-stigmatize the conversation surrounding mental health, and helping to bring awareness to the orphan crisis in Africa. Visit The Trevor Project, National Alliance on Mental Health, or Unicef, to learn more about one of these causes.
Blythe currently lives + travels between Nashville, New York City, and Los Angeles.
Complete client list available upon request.