Trey Fanjoy is an award-winning filmmaker and commercial director. She’s written and directed over 150 major record label music videos for some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry such as: Taylor Swift, Steven Tyler, Miranda Lambert, Paul McCartney, Dolly Parton, Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, Reba McEntire, Little Big Town, George Strait, Loretta Lynn, Jack White and more. Fanjoy’s corporate clients include: Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Records, Warner Brothers Music, Disney, Capitol Records, Big Machine Label Group, Mattel, MasterClass and Interscope.
In November 2020, Fanjoy won her third CMA (Country Music Association) Video Of The Year Award for her collaboration with Miranda Lambert on the Grammy nominated hit Bluebird. This was her 18th CMA nomination. Fanjoy is the most nominated director in the history of of the CMA. She was also the first woman to ever win this coveted award – having done so with Taylor Swift for the international hit Love Story. In addition to her record held with the CMA, she similarly holds the ACM (Academy of Country Music) record with sixteen ACM Video Of The Year nominations. Additionally, Fanjoy has received several Billboard Awards, as well as dozens of CMT (Country Music Television) awards and nominations including multiple Director of The Year titles by the network.
She is currently in pre-production on two feature films: The Honey Girls, a live action feature with Build-A-Bear Workshop, Foundation Media and Sony Pictures and Something In The Water, a script she co-wrote, for Open Road Films and Raven Capital.
Fanjoy is a trustee on the national board of The Recording Academy. She is extremely proud of her work with the Academy, which is responsible for the annual Grammy Awards, important policy changing advocacy work in Washington on behalf of music creators, educational youth programs for students and the life changing philanthropic work of MusiCares. Fanjoy previously served as president for the Nashville Chapter for the organization as the first woman in over two decades to hold that position and only the second in the chapter’s 50-plus year history.