Trey Fanjoy

Trey Fanjoy

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Trey Fanjoy is a country music and pop music video director.[1][2] Fanjoy has directed over 150 major label music videos. Her videos have appeared on CMT, VH-1, GAC, The Nashville Network, CMT Canada, and MTV.

Contents

  • Music videos 1
  • Other appearances 2
  • Awards 3
  • Videos directed 4
  • History 5
    • Early records 5.1
    • Early gay bathhouses 5.2
  • Other appearances 6
    • Early records 6.1
  • Awards 7
  • Videos directed 8
    • Early gay bathhouses 8.1
    • Modern gay bathhouses 8.2
  • References 9
  • External links 10

Music videos

Over the years, Fanjoy has made a name for herself in the awards circuit. She has been nominated multiple times at the Country Music Association Awards, Academy of Country Music, Billboard Music Awards and CMT Music Awards and MTV Awards with numerous nominations and several wins.

Trey has directed videos for artists outside of the United States. British pop group, Atomic Kitten, had Fanjoy direct the video for their hit-single, "Whole Again", which went #1 in over thirty countries. Her video for Five For Fighting's hit 100 Years stayed on VH-1's Top 20 Countdown for 18 weeks.

Most recently, Fanjoy's collaborations for multi-platinum, teen sensation Taylor Swift include hit videos: "Tim McGraw", "Teardrops on My Guitar", "Our Song", "Picture to Burn", "Love Story" and "White Horse". Fanjoy also directed many videos for Reba McEntire, which include "Somebody", "He Gets That from Me", "Strange" and "Consider Me Gone".

Other appearances

Fanjoy continues to garner nominations and accolades. Most recently she won Director of the Year at the 2009 CMT music awards for her work with numerous country artists in 2008-2009. In addition, the pairing of Fanjoy with Taylor Swift won the most coveted prize for Video of the Year, as well as Female Video of the Year. She received a 2008 MTV nomination for Swift's Teardrops On My Guitar. Fanjoy and Swift also nabbed the 2008 CMT Video of The Year for their collaboration on the hit Our Song, which also won female video of the year at the same show.[3] At the 2008 Country Music Association Awards, Fanjoy was nominated in the Best Music Video category for Alan Jackson's mega-hit, Good Time. In 2007, Fanjoy was nominated for George Strait's epic adventure, Seashores of Old Mexico, at the annual ACM Awards in Las Vegas. Other nominations include two Video of the Year nods for Miranda Lambert's "Kerosene" and Lee Ann Womack’s "I May Hate Myself in the Morning" at the 2006 Academy of Country Music Awards. The highly praised Kerosene was also nominated in multiple categories at the 2006 CMT Awards.

With a background and interest in documentary filmmaking, she wrote and produced Riding the Rails, with legendary West Texas singer/songwriter Joe Ely, which featured Bruce Springsteen. Fanjoy also wrote, produced and directed a documentary for the Frist Center for the Visual Arts on legendary rodeo tailor, Manuel, which was narrated by Linda Ronstadt. She is set to direct the full-length documentary, funded by the Country Music Hall of Fame, on the musically influential Border Radio movement titled Outlaw X.

Fanjoy has worked with numerous film studios on soundtrack tie-ins. She has worked with Paramount Studios', How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Walt Disney Pictures' The Rookie and the thriller Angel Eyes.

Her clear vision and on-set calm were captured in two highly rated CMT Networks’ “Making of the Video” specials. The first of these for the Reba McEntire smash hit Somebody and the other for Trip Around the Sun with Martina McBride and Jimmy Buffett.

Awards

Year Association Nomination Artist Song Title Outcome
2003 CMT Flameworthy Awards Breakthrough Video of the Year Emerson Drive Fall into Me
2004 Canadian Country Music Association Awards CMT Music Video of the Year Last One Standing Nominated
2006 CMT Music Awards Breakthrough Video of the Year Miranda Lambert Kerosene Nominated
Female Video of the Year Nominated
Video Director of the Year Nominated
Academy of Country Music Music Video of the Year Nominated
Lee Ann Womack I May Hate Myself in the Morning Nominated
2007 CMT Music Awards Breakthrough Video of the Year Taylor Swift Tim McGraw <100 Years stayed on VH-1's Top 20 Countdown for 18 weeks.

Most 's collaborations for multi-platinum, teen sensation Taylor Swift include hit videos: "", "Teardrops on My Guitar", "Our Song", "Picture to Burn", "Love Story" and "White Horse". Fanjoy also directed many videos for Reba McEntire, which include "Somebody", "He Gets That from Me", "Strange" and "Consider Me Gone".

Other appearances

Fanjoy continues to garner nominations and accolades. Most recently she won Director of the Year at the 2009 CMT music awards for her work with numerous country artists in 2008-2009. In addition, the pairing of Fanjoy with Taylor Swift won the most coveted prize for Video of the Year, as well as Female Video of the Year. She received a 2008 MTV nomination for Swift's Teardrops On My Guitar. Fanjoy and Swift also nabbed the 2008 CMT Video of The Year for their collaboration on the hit Our Song, which also won female video of the year at the same show.[184] At the 2008 Country Music Association Awards, Fanjoy was nominated in the Best Music Video category for Alan Jackson's mega-hit, Good Time. In 2007, Fanjoy was nominated for George Strait's epic adventure, Seashores of Old Mexico, at the annual ACM Awards in Las Vegas. Other nominations include two Video of the Year nods for Miranda Lambert's "Kerosene" and Lee Ann Womack’s "I May Hate Myself in the Morning" at the 2006 Academy of Country Music Awards. The highly praised Kerosene was also nominated in multiple categories at the 2006 CMT Awards.

With a background and interest in documentary filmmaking, she wrote and produced Riding the Rails, with legendary West Texas singer/songwriter Joe Ely, which featured Bruce Springsteen. Fanjoy also wrote, produced and directed a documentary for the Frist Center for the Visual Arts on legendary rodeo tailor, Manuel, which was narrated by Linda Ronstadt. She is set to direct the full-length documentary, funded by the Country Music Hall of Fame, on the musically influential Border Radio movement titled Outlaw X.

Fanjoy has worked with numerous film studios on soundtrack tie-ins. She has worked with Paramount Studios', How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Walt Disney Pictures' The Rookie and the thriller Angel Eyes.

Her clear vision and on-set calm were captured in two highly rated CMT Networks’ “Making of the Video” specials. The first of these for the Reba McEntire smash hit Somebody and the other for Trip Around the Sun with Martina McBride and Jimmy Buffett.

Awards

Year Association Nomination Artist Song Title Outcome
2003 CMT Flameworthy Awards Breakthrough Video of the Year Emerson Drive Fall into Me
2004 Canadian Country Music Association Awards CMT Music Video of the Year Last One Standing Nominated
2006 CMT Music Awards Breakthrough Video of the Year Miranda Lambert Kerosene Nominated
Female Video of the Year Nominated
Video Director of the Year Nominated
Academy of Country Music Music Video of the Year Nominated
Lee Ann Womack I May Hate Myself in the Morning Nominated
2007 CMT Music Awards Breakthrough Video of the Year Taylor Swift Tim McGraw Won
Academy of Country Music Awards Music Video of the Year George Strait The Seashores of Old Mexico Nominated
2008 CMT Music Awards Female Video of the Year Taylor Swift Our Song
Video of the Year Won
MTV Video Music Awards Best New Artist Teardrops on My Guitar Nominated
Country Music Association Awards Music Video of the Year Alan Jackson Good Time Nominated
CMT Music Awards Video Director of the Year Nominated
2009 CMT Music Awards Female Video of the Year Taylor Swift Love Story Won
Video of the Year
Video Director of the Year
2009 Country Music Association Awards Music Video of the Year Taylor Swift Love Story

Videos directed

189 music videos are currently listed here.
Year Video Artist
1997 "Heart Hold On"[185] The Buffalo Club
1998 "Over My Shoulder"[186] John Berry
"Better Than a Biscuit"
"What Am I Gonna Do (With All This Love)" Seminole
"She Don't Believe in Fairy Tales"[187] Jon Randall
"Slow Down"[188] Mark Nesler
1999 "Amazed"[189] Lonestar
"You Go First (Do You Wanna Kiss)"[190] Jessica Andrews
"How Much Longer" Sisters Wade
"How Many Days"[191] Jack Ingram
"Power Windows"[192] John Berry
"Smile"[193] Lonestar
2000 "Your Everything"[194] Keith Urban
"Prayin' for Daylight"[195] Rascal Flatts
"Askin' Too Much" Tamara Walker
"Change"[196] Sons of the Desert
"One Voice"[197] Billy Gilman
"Beauty's in the Eye of the Beerholder" Chuck Wagon and the Wheels
"Send Down an Angel"[198] Allison Moorer
"Kiss This"[199] Aaron Tippin
"Everybody's Gotta Grow Up Sometime"[200] Sons of the Desert
"Didn't We Love" Tamara Walker
"So What"[201] Tammy Cochran
"But for the Grace of God"[202] Keith Urban
"Oklahoma"[203] Billy Gilman
"A Good Day to Run"[204] Darryl Worley
"This Everyday Love"[205] Rascal Flatts
"People Like Us"[206] Aaron Tippin
2001 "The Last Thing on My Mind"[207] Patty Loveless
"I Want You Bad" Charlie Robison
"Ain't Nothing 'bout You"[208] Brooks & Dunn
"When I Think About Angels"[209] Jamie O'Neal
"Never Love You Enough"[210] Chely Wright
"Loving Every Minute"[211] Mark Wills
"Life Is Good"[212] Jacob Young
"Right Man for the Job"[213] Charlie Robison
"Whole Again" Atomic Kitten
"Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly"[214] Aaron Tippin
"I Cry"[215] Tammy Cochran
"I Always Liked That Best"[216] Cyndi Thomson
"Jezebel"[217] Chely Wright
2002 "Help Me Understand"[218] Trace Adkins
"Some Dreams"[219] Steve Earle
"Don't Waste My Time"[220] Little Big Town
"I'm Gone"[221] Cyndi Thomson
"One Thing"[222] Jack Ingram
"Fall into Me"[223] Emerson Drive
"Everything Changes"[224] Little Big Town
"Somebody Like You"[225] Keith Urban
"Beautiful Goodbye"[226] Jennifer Hanson
"Brokenheartsville"[227] Joe Nichols
"So Wrong" Pam Tillis
"Raining on Sunday"[228] Keith Urban
2003 "Speed"[229] Montgomery Gentry
"Stay Gone"[230] Jimmy Wayne
"Don't Come the Cowboy with Me, Sonny Jim!"[231]
(with Traci Goudie)
Kelly Willis
"My Front Porch Looking In"[232] Lonestar
"This Far Gone"[233] Jennifer Hanson
"When You Come Around" Deric Ruttan
"Athens Grease" Phil Vassar
"Good Time"[234] Jessica Andrews
"It's Five O'Clock Somewhere"[235] Alan Jackson with Jimmy Buffett
"Hell Yeah"[236] Montgomery Gentry
"I Love You This Much"[237] Jimmy Wayne
"Jolene"[238] Mindy Smith with Dolly Parton
"Remember When"[239] Alan Jackson
"Heaven Help Me"[240] Wynonna Judd
"Teacher's Pet" Christy Carlson Romano
2004 "100 Years"[241] Five for Fighting
"Last One Standing"[242] Emerson Drive
"I Can't Sleep"[243] Clay Walker
"Welcome Home"[244] Dolly Parton
"If You Ever Stop Loving Me"[245] Montgomery Gentry
"Somebody"[246] Reba McEntire
"Back of the Bottom Drawer"[247] Chely Wright
"Miss Being Mrs."[248] Loretta Lynn
"How Far"[249] Martina McBride
"If Nobody Believed in You"[250] Joe Nichols
"It's All How You Look at It"[251] Tracy Lawrence
"Hey Good Lookin'" (with Stan Kellam)[252] Jimmy Buffett and Friends
"Rescue"[253] Uncle Kracker
"Getaway Car"[254] The Jenkins
"He Gets That from Me"[255] Reba McEntire
"Me and Charlie Talking"[256] Miranda Lambert
"Trip Around the Sun"[257] Jimmy Buffett with Martina McBride
"Nothin' to Lose"[258] Josh Gracin
"You're My Better Half"[259] Keith Urban
"I May Hate Myself in the Morning"[260] Lee Ann Womack
2005 "Don't Worry 'bout a Thing"[261] SHeDAISY
"Baby Won't You Come Home"[262] Jon Randall
"Tiny Town"[263] Shelly Fairchild
"Somebody's Hero"[264] Jamie O'Neal
"Something Like a Broken Heart"[265] Hanna–McEuen
"Cowgirls"[266] Kerry Harvick
"Stay with Me (Brass Bed)"[267] Josh Gracin
"Arlington"[268] Trace Adkins
"You're Like Coming Home"[269] Lonestar
"Nobody Gonna Tell Me What to Do"[270] Van Zant
"She Didn't Have Time"[271] Terri Clark
"Kerosene"[272] Miranda Lambert
"XXL"[273] Keith Anderson
"Fightin' For"[274] Cross Canadian Ragweed
"Drunker Than Me"[275] Trent Tomlinson
"I Don't"[276] Danielle Peck
2006 "I'm Taking the Wheel"[277] SHeDAISY
"Lipstick"[278] Rockie Lynne
"Love Needs a Holiday"[279] Reba McEntire
"The Seashores of Old Mexico"[280] George Strait
"Leave the Pieces"[281] The Wreckers
"New Strings"[282] Miranda Lambert
"Feels Just Like It Should"[283] Pat Green
"Heartbreaker's Alibi"[284] Rhonda Vincent with Dolly Parton
"Tim McGraw"[285] Taylor Swift
"Wait for Me"[286] Bob Seger
"Love Is"[287] Katrina Elam
"Bama Breeze"[288] Jimmy Buffett
"Honky Tonk Woman"[289] Jerry Lee Lewis with Kid Rock
"Some People Change"[290] Montgomery Gentry
"Dixie Lullaby"[291] Pat Green
2007 "Teardrops on My Guitar"[292] Taylor Swift
"A Different World"[293] Bucky Covington
"Famous in a Small Town"[294] Miranda Lambert
"Joyride"[295] Jennifer Hanson
"Bad for Me"[296] Danielle Peck
"Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love"[297] Trisha Yearwood
"Our Song"[298] Taylor Swift
"It's Good to Be Us"[299] Bucky Covington
2008 "This Is Me You're Talking To"[300] Trisha Yearwood
"Stronger Woman" Jewel
"Picture to Burn"[301] Taylor Swift
"Trying to Stop Your Leaving"[302] Dierks Bentley
"That Song in My Head" Julianne Hough
"Good Time"[303] Alan Jackson
"Real Gone"[304] Billy Ray Cyrus
"Beautiful Eyes" (with Todd Cassetty) Taylor Swift
"Last Call"[305] Lee Ann Womack
"Troubadour" George Strait
"Love Story"[306] Taylor Swift
"Muddy Water"[307] Trace Adkins
2009 "Like a Woman"[308] Jamie O'Neal
"Sweet Thing"[309] Keith Urban
"White Horse"[310] Taylor Swift
"Backwoods Barbie"[311] Dolly Parton
"Don't Chase Me"[312] Shea Fisher
"Strange"[313] Reba McEntire
"Solitary Thinkin'"[314] Lee Ann Womack
"Keep On Lovin' You"[315] Steel Magnolia
"Consider Me Gone"[316] Reba McEntire
"Tomboy"[317] Krista Marie
"The Call"[318] Matt Kennon
2010 "I Can't Make It Rain"[319] Houston County
"Hip to My Heart"[320] The Band Perry
"American Honey"[321] Lady Antebellum
"The House That Built Me"[322] Miranda Lambert
"Only Prettier"[323]
"Come Back Song"[324] Darius Rucker
"Who Are You When I'm Not Looking"[325] Blake Shelton
"Gettin' Married"[326] Joanna Smith
2011 "The Shape I'm In"[329] Joe Nichols
"This"[330] Darius Rucker
"Tomorrow"[331] Chris Young
"Honey Bee"[332] Blake Shelton
"Just Fishin'"[333] Trace Adkins
"Together You and I"[334] Dolly Parton
"Long Hot Summer"[335] Keith Urban
"God Gave Me You"[336] Blake Shelton
"Somebody's Chelsea"[337] Reba McEntire
2012 "First Kiss" Maggie Sajak
"Over You"[338] Miranda Lambert
"Party 'Til the Cows Come Home"[339] Rachele Lynae
"Fastest Girl in Town" Miranda Lambert
"American Heart"[340] Faith Hill
2013 "Sure Be Cool If You Did"[341] Blake Shelton
"Mama's Broken Heart"[343] Miranda Lambert
"Easy"[344] Sheryl Crow
"Boys 'Round Here"[345] Blake Shelton
"Hush Hush"[346] Pistol Annies
"You Can't Make Old Friends"[347] Kenny Rogers with Dolly Parton
2014 "Who I Am with You" Chris Young
"Automatic"[348] Miranda Lambert
"You Belong"[349] Sandra Lynn
"Somethin' Bad" Miranda Lambert with Carrie Underwood
"Look at You"[350] Big & Rich
"Lay Low"[351] Josh Turner
2015 "Little Red Wagon"[355] Miranda Lambert
"Lovin' Lately" Big & Rich with Tim McGraw
"Gravity" Big & Rich
"Brand New Buzz"
"Sangria"[356] Blake Shelton
"Bar Hoppin'"[357] Sandra Lynn
"Love Is Your Name"[358] Steven Tyler
"Burning House"[361] Cam

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