This new suite of brand services that focuses on serving unapologetic lifestyle and pleasure brands that want to authentically connect with diverse and multicultural audiences, is committed to assisting clients through strategy and positioning, cultural competency, empowered communication, impactful creative, immersive digital experiences and more.
“After 20 years, we’re excited to reintroduce Fly Media Productions® with an enticing new visual identity and website — initially rolling out as a microsite with a full-featured immersive experience launching next year, all designed by my partner, co-founder, and Chief Brand Officer Sherri Johnson, developed in collaboration with our agency partners, and with additional support by Disability Awareness Consultant Andrew Gurza; and because representation and sex/body positivity are integral to the work that we do and the impact we promise; we licensed creative works from influencer and disabled model, Karneshia Shantel, curve model Chantelle Brown, and femme and fetish illustrator RIP Bambi,” said FMP’s CEO Reuben Johnson.
“Reuben and Sherri had become so widely known as the ‘FlyDuo’ that people often thought it was the agency name. In thinking about future growth plans, it was important to us that the agency — Fly Media Productions®, stand on its own feet, distinct and apart from the FlyDuo® public figure brand.”
The Johnson’s revamped brand and sub-brand will spotlight sex, tech, and relationships in a way that allows the two brands to work together and complement each other, but not rely on each other; while reactivating Fly Media’s agency presence primarily on LinkedIn, and the FlyDuo public figure brand on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Fly Media Productions® is actively looking for new professional ventures, from brand advisory and consulting, to long-term strategic partnerships, as well as seeking opportunities for collaboration through its public figure brand and virtual events with the goal of addressing the current and future requirements of its esteemed clientele.