NINESIXTYNINE is a full service creative talent agency, unique publisher, and content provider with a fashion forward focus. Our talent includes Award-Winning photographers, photo stylists, digitechs, photo assistants, fashion wardrobe stylists and more. Some of our clients and placements include AMAZON, MyHabit, ADIDAS, Cafe Press, Black & Grey magazine, Purple Fashion Magazine, Interview Magazine, RockSound UK, Story Magazine, The VOICE of Louisville, LA Weekly, Velocity, NFocus, HerScene, The VOICE, The Courier-Journal, The Kentucky Derby Festival and more. We have facilitated media talent on Lifetime’s Project Runway seasons IX and X, CBS’s Emmy Award winning The Amazing Race seasons 12 and 18 on which our talent’s episodes won the Emmy both seasons. Our talent has won regional and national awards for it’s fashion forward approach and social initiatives including the Advertising Federation of America’s 2013 Gold Award and LGDA Top 100 award in 2011 and 2012.

We have a track record of placing the RIGHT talent with the RIGHT company/project, both short term and long term.

Ninesixtynine stands behind our Talent and our Clients, making the best fit for both a win win situation for all.

Delivering the edge of innovation in fashion, art, and writing. Experimental, trends, and promoting and developing creative talent across disciplines and genres.

Company Overview
NINESIXTYNINE is a repository of award winning and recognizable creative talent. Ranging from designers and models to photographers, illustrators and fine artists. As well, Ninesixtynine is the bold publisher of provocative and innovative fine art and fashion forward publications and film. From photography to writing, illustration and design everything ninesixtynine has an eye to the world-stage, the avant-garde, and the work itself holds candor and makes Ninesixtynine a force majeure to be reckoned with in the marketplace.

NINESIXTYNINE was founded by the poet, creative director and fashion photographer Bil Brown in 2010.

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