After the birth of her son in August 2007, K. Pearson Brown began writing the nationally syndicated column Out with Baby, a light-hearted look at life as an out-and-about mom living in Los Angeles. The column was relaunched in winter 2009 as Out with Mommy.
Pearson’s columns have appeared in more than 40 media outlets in print and online, including LA Independent Newspapers (West Hollywood Independent, Hollywood Independent, Westside Independent and Culver City Independent), GoWeHo, WeHoNews.com and many others.
Pearson is also a contributor to L.A. Parent, CBS OnTopic, WIRED Insights, Medium, MomsLA, Expecting, Trekaroo, Traveling Mom, Vagabond, Red Tricycle, BlogHer, SheSpeaks, MomsLA, Mirror Media Group (Westside Today, Santa Monica Mirror, Brentwood News, Culver City News), Match.com’s Harmony magazine, Dwell, Houzz, Hometalk and QuickStartGuide. She can also be heard as a commentator on the top-rated NPR radio station KPCC-FM in Los Angeles. In 2000, Pearson founded the organization Professional Organization of Women in Entertainment Reaching Up (POWER UP), and established the annual Power List of women in entertainment & media She also has served as co-chair for the GLAAD Media Awards and as a member of the National Steering Committee for the Human Rights Campaign.
When not blogging or writing her columns, Pearson is a public relations consultant and has represented corporate clients such as YouTube, LuxiSleep, WorldBed, E.S. Kluft & Company, Anatomic Global, MicaBeauty, Green World Rewards, Sony, Safeway, SideChef, Hang w/, Holonis, Nito, Le Cordon Bleu/California School of Culinary Arts, Vitamin Shoppe, HomeGoods, Real Mex Restaurants and Tenet Health Systems. She has also represented numerous entertainment and media clients including Reach Entertainment (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Jive Records (Britney Spears and NSYNC), E! Entertainment (Joan Rivers); and publishing clients McGraw Hill and Penguin Books.
Pearson is also currently writing two books, Priceless, a tale of a 30-something woman’s adventures in Hollywood, and Anchor Baby, a story of unexpected consequences when a woman decides to start a family as a single mother.