Ty Jennings is a teller of stories. Whether through his books or through photography, videos, words, or immersive/experiential events - he is engaged throughout the ideation process, easily collaborating with artists, brands, designers and more, becoming a sought-after partner for imagining new and innovative ways to tell stories through tech-forward, edgy and dynamic event design and multimedia content.

As Creative Director for ShutterMIX, a boutique multimedia agency (social media campaigns, videos, graphics, digital guides), he designs & directs shows, presentations & events for a variety of clients, including global fashion & beauty brands.

Recently collaborating with Cerbelli Creative, he has partnered to create original graphic designs an digital art for a series of high-end private events.

Additionally he's been a longtime partner with LDJ Productions, consulting on many projects, including NYTimes, Yahoo, Mara Hoffman (NYFW) and more, and served as Creative Director for high-profile, cutting edge projects including New York Fashion Week, and recently, designing a gritty, industrial new look (and overseeing construction/setup) for a Reebok pop-up shop to launch their new 2017 campaign, #perfectnever, featuring Gigi Hadid.

Side projects have gone from custom photography to directing documentary video pieces to creating the much-talked-about digital series of parody videos, "Adele gets a call from..." - launched the same day as Adele’s video for "Hello" - portraying Adele hanging up on Lionel Richie, Stevie Wonder, Patti LuPone, Lady Gaga, Madonna and more - featured on FUNNY or DIE!, MTV, TODAY & more.

Most recently, Ty's second book, EQUALITY: Messages from the March, went to the #2 position on two lists and Top 20 on two more lists in August 2017. He is also collaborating with MerchBrands, LLC on a new line of original graphic designs for a range of products including apparel and home goods for their various brands. The first release will be pre-holiday 2017.

 

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