Nashville raised, Los Angeles based filmmaker Tyler Dunning Evans has a knack for big ideas. With a strong eye for natural light, color and environmental composition, Tyler often takes what may seem like an ordinary frame and transforms it into something truly cinematic and often surreal.
His background in editing and graphic design support his visions in having created campaigns and content for brands like the 99 Cents Only Stores, InStyle, NBC and Just Food For Dogs. Narrative driven in his craft, Tyler ensures story is always front and center of his work.
Most recently, he created an emotional music video for Steve Aoki and the Backstreet Boys song “Let It Be Me.” Tyler’s also worked with artists like Daddy Yankee, Shaggy, Steven Malcom and Deorro.
*Not all of the director’s work examples were produced by Gear Seven*