About

About

About

About

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HISTORY 

1980

In Los Angeles, a student of architecture coupled with her hit song writer turned A&R man husband gave birth to a beautiful baby girl they named Crosby.

1994

Instead of going to summer camp, Crosby interned at the music management company that represented Melissa Etheridge, running her fan club.

1997

Crosby then began her career in the beauty and fashion industry when she interned her last year of high school at the first ever agency to represent hair stylists, makeup artists and fashion stylists: The Cloutier Agency.

1998

After being accepted to NYU's Gallatin program dual majoring in art history and creative writing, Crosby continued in the fashion industry by assisting agents Wilson / Wenzel who were responsible for the careers of several fashion photographers including the young ingénue lensman Sofia Coppola.

2000

Crosby returned to Los Angeles and rejoined The Cloutier Agency now as a junior agent specializing in portfolio presentation.

2001

Crosby was brought to LA Models to establish a beauty division called Exclusive Artists. Not only did she scout talent but also forged new client relationships. At age 21, she signed an up-and-coming hairstylist who immediately landed an annual haircare contract, the first of many of her talent's brand ambassadorships.

2002

Crosby was recruited by photography duo Markus Klinko & Indrani to manage their studio in New York. She headed production for numerous print advertising campaigns, editorials and album art with the likes of David Bowie, Mariah Carey, Beyonce, Kanye West, Pharell, Interview Magazine, L'Oreal et al.

2003

Crosby returned to artist representation at Art Department where she was responsible for curating editorial, advertising and runway positions for a premier group of fashion hair stylists and makeup artists alike.

2005

Asked by Timothy Priano to head his Los Angeles office, Crosby successfully reignit ABTP, a division of NEXT Models. Aside from growing the LA roster, she was exclusively entrusted by many of the their top NY talent; most notably legendary makeup artist Kristofer Buckle, her longest client to date.

2008

Numerous artists then followed Crosby to, then boutique agency, The Wall Group. Most notably, she restructured branding ambassadorships to include more talent by offering multiple opportunities on a pay-for-play basis which lead to increased brand inclusiveness to feature more ages and ethnicities.

2010

Recruited as a senior agent at the company formerly known as Starworks, Crosby brought her years of experience and knowledge from both coasts encompassing the bridge between fashion and entertainment to their staff and talent.

2011

Crosby finally launched her own agency. As she says, “Choice talent is not only about their hand and eye but about their passion and personality.” Her artists have both.