Blythe Thomas is a director and photographer with roots in Brooklyn, Nashville, and Los Angeles.
An impeccable sense of timing, tone, and human nature drive Blythe’s ability to cultivate worlds which viewers can both relate and escape to. Dynamic and intimate, her work often evokes a gritty, sweet nostalgia.
With clients ranging from Hozier and Julia Michaels, to Grace VanderWaal, Miranda Lambert, and beyond, Blythe’s aesthetic evolves to suit each artist’s style, while incorporating her own fresh perspective. She’s taken that ability to create unique visuals, and successfully translated them for brands like Hallmark, Fender, and Karlie Kloss’s Kode With Klossy.
Her work has been credited in virtually all major outlets, including TIME, Rolling Stone, Vogue, Vice, Billboard, People, Glamour, and Teen Vogue.
A minimalist at heart, Blythe can otherwise be found sipping on a black coffee, watching movies, or searching for the perfect hoodie.
Blythe works out of her studio in Brooklyn, NY.