A new crop of new stars has emerged, fueled by the influx of young, creative women and their newfound desire to be noticed.
And in their first major exposure to the spotlight, a group of women with more than two decades of experience in the industry have launched their own business.
They’re called Flight Creative Media and they’re a young company.
The firm’s founders, Adair Gonzalez and Ellenbogens creative media co-founder Adair Bergs have a history of working closely with top talent.
Their firm has worked with the likes of Jennifer Aniston and Scarlett Johansson.
But while the women have been in business for just a few months, they’ve already earned their chops.
Flight Creative Media has become the go-to resource for aspiring creators, said Guthrie Lee, the founder and co-owner of Flight.
In the coming months, she said, they’ll be offering a range of classes, workshops and training sessions for aspiring artists, which will help aspiring creators find mentors, grow their brand and keep up with the needs of their clients.
“We are here to provide our members with everything they need to get started,” Lee said.
As the industry continues to move into the digital age, Lee said she sees a need for more female-led companies.
For her part, Bergs is hoping that the new influx of female creatives will inspire young, talented women to pursue careers in the field.
Borges’ clients include artists, fashion designers, video game developers and musicians.
Her clients include The Daily Show host Jon Stewart, Alicia Keys and Katy Perry.
To promote her company, she’s also starting a Facebook page called FlightGoddess that features pictures of Burgess and Golombes.
Lee said she expects that Flight will grow to have 100,000 members by the end of the year, which she said would be an impressive number for a young firm.
One of the reasons for that is that the women are not in a position to go out and raise money for themselves.
Instead, they’re focused on connecting with clients and making sure they can keep up on their careers, said Lee.
When Lee first heard about the flight studio’s new venture, she knew she had to work with her.
I really wanted to make it, she said.
With the help of her husband and fellow Flight co-founders Adale Gomez and Eleanor Dowling, Flight is working to make sure its artists can stay up on the latest in creative media.
We are in the process of expanding our network to include a new type of community where artists can connect and work collaboratively,” Lee told The Los Angeles Times.
She added that she expects the company will also provide support to aspiring artists who want to get their work out there.
You need to stay up-to-date on what’s going on in the creative world and to keep up to date with what’s happening in the world of media, Lee told The Los Angeles Times.