Vogue Italia wrote: “Fashion Filmmaker Marcus K. Jones is easily the industry’s best-kept secret.”  Marcus K. Jones, known primarily for his eccentric fashion films, maintained a close relationship with the fashion industry for fifteen years.  His latest commercials for HUGO BOSS, COVERGIRL & REDKEN, with print ad placements in Marie Claire, VOGUE, W, RollingStone, & reflect his expansion into beauty.

In the late nineties he worked thru New York University’s Tisch School of The Arts as a video editor for a boutique post-house, Manno Media, that catered to fashion and lifestyle brands such as Christian Dior, Givenchy, Guerlain, Estée Lauder, MAC, Omega, and many luxury brands.  He acquired a thirst for creating aspirational imagery. With the popularization and marketability of Fashion Films, Marcus began shooting for ELLE, Calvin Klien, J Mendel, Refinery 29 and Fendi.  Jones’ body of work ranges from elegant product-driven portrayals of a designer’s collection to abstract experimental films embodying the spirit of the brand.   Marcus was awarded Best Director at La Jolla Fashion Film Festival, the largest in the world, competing with Karl Lagerfeld, Bruce Webber, Dominique Palombo and others. 

The Tents Movie, Executive Produced by Jones, is currently in international distribution by Warner Brothers.  In the fashion world, “The Tents” are synonymous with the giant white tents erected every spring and fall during NY Fashion Week.  Told with exclusive behind the scenes footage and intimate interviews with top fashion players such as: Betsey Johnson, Carolina Herrera, Donna Karan, Glenda Bailey, Hal Rubenstein, Tommy Hilfiger and Zac Posen, to name just a few.