SIMPLY PUT, I WANT TO MAKE YOU LOOK GOOD.
Blythe Thomas left her hometown of New York to pursue photography in Nashville, but when her impromptu 2014 video of Devin Dawson and Louisa Wendorff covering “Blank Space/Style” went viral within a week, Blythe decided to dive into the video world headfirst.
Since then, and at just twenty-five, Blythe has established herself as a creative music video director and shooter, with a portfolio of content ranging from official videos to documentarian work. Her clients include Sony Music Group (Columbia Records), Warner Music Group (Warner Nashville, Atlantic), and Universal Music Group (Def Jam, Republic). 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. Her recent directorial debut for (America’s Got Talent winner) Grace VanderWaal’s hit single, “Moonlight,” has already reached over 21 million views. As of Winter 2017, Blythe’s videos have collectively been streamed over 100 million times.
Blythe is passionate about producing killer content with a personal touch. She’s about the big dreams, and will work tirelessly to achieve an artist’s vision. No matter the scale of the project, she’s all in all the time. Her only set rules? No bad vibes, and ideally, someone brings tacos.
Blythe currently lives + travels between Nashville, Los Angeles, and New York City.
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