Trey Fanjoy

Trey Fanjoy’s creative vision has been responsible for over 150 major label music videos, commercials and documentaries. Her emotionally compelling storytelling and cinematic imagery have made her one of the most sought-after and award-winning music video directors working today. She was most recently nominated for Video Of The Year once again at the 2016 CMA Awards for the critically acclaimed Burning House by Cam. This year marked the Country Music Association’s 50th Anniversary. Fanjoy is the only female director to ever capture the organization’s highly coveted Video of The Year Award, having done so twice with consecutive back-to-back wins in 2009 and 2010 for Taylor Swift’s Love Story and Lambert’s The House That Built Me. Collectively, she has received well over a hundred CMA, ACM, Billboard, MTV and CMT awards and nominations.


Fanjoy lent her talents to Love Song To The Earth, a global project that made it’s debut in Paris at the United Nations COP21 conference last year.  Led by rock legend, Paul McCartney, the track features over a dozen musical superstars including Jon Bon Jovi, Natsha Bedingfield and Sean Paul. Aimed at reducing greenhouse emissions, the sale of the video benefitted Friends Of The Earth and the UN Foundation.

Long considered a “rocket launcher” by industry insiders, she has been instrumental in shaping the careers of some of music’s biggest stars. Fanjoy consistently writes and creates stories that resonate on a global scale. She directed seven hit videos for superstar Taylor Swift, eight for Keith Urban, over a dozen projects with Miranda Lambert and multiple videos for artists such as: Blake Shelton, Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton, George Strait, and Alan Jackson. She has a loyal following and her client roster reads like a “who’s who” list in the entertainment industry including: Steven Tyler, Sheryl Crow, Lady Antebellum, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Jewel, Kid Rock, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jimmy Buffett, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Loretta Lynn and Jack White.

Fanjoy is set to make her feature film debut in 2017 with the heartland comedy Something In The Water. With a background in theatre, she studied under acclaimed theatre legend, Sanford Meisner, who founded New York’s prestigious Neighborhood Playhouse. The Playhouse has been the home to many of the world’s most respected actors and directors including: Robert Duvall, Steve McQueen and filmmaker Sydney Pollack.

Of Fanjoy, international star 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.”