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 Ray Kay
 Reinert K. Olsen

Ray Kay is a Norwegian director and photographer who is currently based in Los Angeles. He is a music video & commercial director. Ray Kay is one of the hottest music video directors working today. His love of music combined with a strong sense of fashion has led to a trademark style that has earned him numerous video award nominations. He enjoys bringing an innovative European approach to his videos, making them beautiful, believable and full of personality. His distinct colorful cinematic style is now a staple of MTV and BET for such artists as Beyonce, Cassie, Nick Lachey, Christina Milian, Mario, Stacie Orrico, Monica and Trick Daddy.

Ray Kay has created sleek cinematic music videos for music´s biggest stars, such as Britney Spears, Lady GaGa, Justin Bieber, Beyonce, Steven Tyler, Diddy, Jessie J, Enrique Iglesias, Cheryl Cole, Willow Smith, James Blunt, Gloria Estefan, Adam Lambert and more. He has won numerous music video awards, including MTV Awards.

Ray Kay is also a successful photographer, shooting editorials, advertising and album packaging in both Europe and the US.

All in all, Ray Kay´s music videos have been viewed more than 1 Billion times on YouTube, and his music video for Justin Bieber "Baby" is the most viewed video ever, of any kind, on YouTube, with over 750 Million views.

Ray Kay will make his feature directorial debut with "Paranormalcy", a fantasy film based on the New York Times bestselling book by Kiersten White. He is currently developing the project with Gil Adler and Reverie Partners.

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