Sean Holmes Management / About
Message from our founder
“I want to carry on the family tradition of offering personal management to up and coming artists and developing their careers to heights they could never imagine.”
Having been brought up by a television agent Sean has been involved in one way or another in television since 1977 and found the whole television experience completely exhilarating and knew from an early age that this is where his heart was and fuelled blood into his passion for television into his veins, so to speak.
It is his love and knowledge of the industry that separate him from his peers and it is this passion that drives Sean Holmes Management to create a culture of love and respect amongst the artists who are represented.
His ethos is one of personal management as opposed to being a number and being on hand whenever required sets him apart from the traditional agencies throughout the United Kingdom.
Lucy, originally from Warrington, started studying Media at College then went on to study Media & Performance at Salford University. Since graduating, Lucy worked freelance in Television production working for production companies including Hat Trick North, White Noise TV and Company Pictures. Furthering her studies doing a vocational study programme with North West Vision & Media at the BBC in Manchester.
Lucy took a career diversion for a few years, designing and making wedding stationery using her exceptional organisational skills working alongside a Wedding Planner! Getting married herself and becoming a Mother of two, Lucy then returned to Film and Television production, taking on the role of Producer for her first Independent short film in 2017. Lucy joined forces with Sean Holmes Management during lockdown of 2020! She is delighted to be fronting the Manchester Office, assisting Sean and overseeing the superb talent of the Regional actors.
MENTAL HEALTH CHARTER: #TIME4CHANGE
#Time4Change aims to create a safe, supportive, inclusive and positive environment for everyone.
Mental health problems are more common among performers than the general population. Every year one in three of us will experience mental health problems. And yet it still continues to be something that we avoid talking about or admitting to ourselves. It is time for this to change for good.