Blonde Artist Management is an artist-centric boutique company based in upstate NY. We are proud to represent female identified artists and LGBTQ artists. Blonde was founded in 2015 by Rebecca Autumn Sansom when she finally realized she has been an avid supporter of her friends who have “it” since she was in college. She now represents 3 of those friends.
Blonde was named for Norma Jean (aka Marilyn Monroe). We believe if she had had the kind of support and family level team of artists around her that Blonde provides, things would have turned out a lot better. Blonde has an original vision meeting process that each artist goes through before being signed. It was developed to clarify structure and focus our artists goals. We are passionate about facilitating creativity while keeping our artists on target to achieve the most they can, become financially successful, and bring others joy through their creativity.
We are constantly thinking about how to make a career in the entertainment industry in a way that lives into our values of excellence, community, and respect. We take a holistic approach to artist development and believe each artist should be in emotional, physical, and spiritual shape before they break. If this ethos resonates with you please join our community by signing up for our newsletter and following us.
About Blonde Artist Management
Rebecca Autumn Sansom thinks of herself as a creativity enabler. She believes in the power of consciously evolving humanity and that music and art are going to shape our culture in an undeniably positive, timely, and necessary way.
The entertainment industry has always been in her blood. Growing up in Nashville, TN taught Rebecca the joys of living among artists. Her background in Broadcast Journalism and independent filmmaking has helped guide branding and design decisions for the artists she represents.
In 2018 Blonde brokered a sync licensing deal with NBC, booked two shows at NYC’s famed LGBTQ party, Hot Rabbit, and collaborated with DJ Whitney Day. In 2019, M the myth secured the Stanford Alumni Arts Grant for their upcoming show ‘Him to Them’; Angel Rose played Ithaca’s first Rootstock Festival, Celeste Krishna played the iconic dive bar, The Nick, in Birmingham, AL to commemorate the 10th anniversary of her album ‘Those Words, Those Frames’, Johnny Darlin won Best Score and Best in Show at The Red Brick Film Festival for his latest music video Way with Words, Dr. Luke McKay spoke at The C2 Montreal conference, Elisa S. Keeler gained even more popularity with her Freeing Your Voice workshops, Goldilocks dropped so many single hits that we lost count, and Mesa Kronhaus produced a Youtube video with Queer Eye’s Tan France and Youtube influencer Molly Burke.