A compelling and emotional storyteller, Trey Fanjoy’s creative vision has been responsible for over 200 major label music videos for today’s hottest acts and musical legends. Fanjoy has conceived and written the concepts for each of these projects to become one of the most award-winning music video directors in the industry. She has received dozens of nominations and recognition for her work. Her client list includes: Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert, Steven Tyler, Blake Shelton, Paul McCartney, Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood, Sheryl Crow, George Strait, Dolly Parton, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Kid Rock, Little Big Town, Lady Antebellum, Reba McEntire, Bob Seger, Jimmy Buffett, Garth Brooks, Loretta Lynn, Jack White and many others. Fanjoy is the most recognized director in the history of the Country Music Association with sixteen nominations and two awards. She is also the first and only female director to take home the coveted CMA Video Of The Year Award having done so twice with Miranda Lambert’s The House That Built Me and Taylor Swift’s Love Story. Fanjoy was most recently nominated once again with Lambert at the 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards.
Of Fanjoy, country sensation Keith Urban has said, “She brings such a great vibe into her work, organic yet stylish. Trey has a wonderful spirituality about her and she has a great eye for detail. She truly loves art and the weirdos who make it and we love her for it.”
Fanjoy has a passion and history in the theatre. She studied under acclaimed theatre legend, Sanford Meisner, who founded New York’s prestigious Neighborhood Playhouse. The Neighborhood Playhouse has been the home to many of the country’s most respected actors including Robert Duvall, Steve McQueen and filmmaker Sydney Pollack. It’s this background and sensitivity to artists and actors that Fanjoy brings to every aspect of her work.