About Kim Bledsoe Lloyd

Name a role, she's probably performed it.  Give her a budget and she can keep you within or below it;  a story, she'll find the heArt in it.  

Kim's lived in Los Angeles, London, New Orleans and Memphis often supervising & producing multi-camera live music TV and DVD recordings, interviewing popular music legends for documentaries, producing advertising campaigns, and documenting oral histories.  As an editor, she completed her first feature documentary, Destroy Memphis (2016) which screened at the Indie Memphis Film Festival.

In recent years, she helped produce small pieces of advertising art (aka television commercials) for Bank of the Ozarks, First Tennessee Bank, Fred's Inc., University of MS Healthcare and others.  

She's an advocate for nonprofits focusing on community engagement, education and the creative arts.

 

 

 

 

 

David Hockney, “American Collectors (Fred and Marcia Weisman)," Chicago Art Institute

Contact her at kblloyd@att.net, 504 810-9534 cell

Achievements:

Indie Memphis Film; Member, Volunteer & Content contributor

Worked on regional ADDY & EMMY award winning teams

Recording Academy Governor & Executive Board Member, Memphis Chapter

Blues Foundation; Member & IBC judge