Tai Chunn has been in the fashion and entertainment fields for more than 20 years. He is the founder of MVC Management Productions, a full-service management and multimedia production firm. Specializing in management, rebranding services and has assisted in developing hair stylist, makeup artist, wardrobe stylist, designers, performing artist, and athletes. Tai Chunn has been involved with stage, tv, film, photoshoots, red carpet events, front of house/back of house full fashion productions. Tai Chunn has directed and produced 3 equity plays and 4 off Broadway productions and is Co-Founder and executive producer of My True Colors Festival. Chunn now is producing and directing his own tv drama series "CALL ME". Chunn also produced major shows for New York Fashion Week, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, BET’s Rip the Runway and a whole multitude of local and international fashion shows. After his humble beginnings coordinating backstage operations-making sure models were dressed, their hair done, and their makeup flawless. He has worked with top fashion designers, such as Dianne Von Furstenberg and Tracy ReeseBLACK ENTERPRISE
After the death of his sister Monique Vanessa Chunn in 1991, Tai Chunn and his mother started MVC Communications in 1992; selling beepers and eventually cell phones. Tai Chunn and MVC entered the world of entertainment by producing his first show in 1992 for Michael Bivins and Biv10 Entertainment at the historic South Oxford Tennis Club. MVC Management Productions was later incorporated in 1997 expanding into a multimedia production company established in the realms of fashion, film, music, sports, and stage. Along the way Tai Chunn has launched the careers of many actors, artist, hair stylist, makeup artist, models, stylist, designers, and photographers. With more than two decades of satisfied customers Tai Chunn and MVC Management Productions looks forward to assisting more artist of all mediums and business of all scales; while still giving back to the culture and economy of Brooklyn.