Los Angeles, CA
Senseless Acts of Video, Punk’d, VH1’s Bands on The Run, and the Award winning The Osbournes. Emmy launching some of their top shows - MTV Networks at manageTiffany Reis started as a child actor and model working in commercials, print ads, and television shows. She sold and produced her first show at the age of 21. Tiffany joined Jay Silverman Productions to learn the television business, and then went on to production
In 2001, Tiffany began working in NYC Oxygen Media on The Life Makeover Project with Cheryl Richardson and INDIA.ARIE Up Close and Personal. She then joined Jarrett Creative Group, where she for line produced Rocked with Gina Gershon. She directed Alanis Morissette’s music video, “Out is Through.” In early 2004, Tiffany was offered an opportunity to take part in documenting music history, field producing a movie called Coachella. She co-produced on an independent film called Loving Annabelle, which won multiple awards, such as the LA Outfest Grand Jury Award, the Audience Award (2006), the Long Island Film Festival Audience Choice Award (2006), etc. She oversaw two episodes of ESPN’s 30 for 30, which won a Peabody Award.
Tiffany spent almost eight years as the Senior Vice President of Production and Operations for Asylum Entertainment, overseeing such big shows as MTV’s Maui Fever and TLC’s Making The Cut. She was the co-executive producer for WE’s The Locator, which ran for five seasons. She has been involved in controversial and groundbreaking shows like TLC’s Addicted and A & E’s Peacemaker. In that vein, she went on to launch Showtime’s new series Polyamory; Married and Dating.
Her passion project Gorgeous Ladies of Production was established in 2011 and raises money for various charities by producing an annual calendar. G.L.O.P.is a two-fold venture celebrating the female workaholics behind the scenes of the television and film industry while raising fund for the charities they are careabout.
Tiffany’s work has taken her across the country, producing shows for the top national networks and cable companies. She has been fortunate to work on both the creative and logistical side of entertainment. Her range is expansive, including scripted television, music videos, hidden camera shows, game shows, cooking shows, stunt shows, makeover shows, stage shows, live events, and documentaries.
2010 - present
2010 - present