Jarrett Lee Conaway is an award winning director represented by WME and Archetype. He directed two seasons of the horror comedy “BITE ME” for Machinima which earned 3 Streamy award nominations. The Lionsgate series aired on the FEARnet channel and has over 27 million views online.
Jarrett's career started in 2007 when he wrote and directed Anthem, a sci-fi fable about two explorers who discover a time-capsule buried by the refugees of a nuclear war. The short film propelled Jarrett to nation-wide exposure when he was chosen by Steven Spielberg, from a pool of 12,000 filmmakers, to participate in the FOX reality competition "On the Lot".
For his MFA at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, Jarrett wrote and directed "TURBO", starring Justin Chon (21 & Over). The film tells the story of teenagers who compete in a futuristic fighting videogame for a chance at fame and corporate sponsorship. The short was an instant hit online and received rave reviews from many sites including: MTV News, Gizmodo and Ain't it Cool News. TURBO went on to win several awards including The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation's College Television Award for Outstanding Children's Program.
In 2009, as part of Film Independent's Project: Involve fellowship, Jarrett wrote and directed the Vanity Fair / Banana Republic sponsored short film "Foolishly Seeking True Love" starring Angela Sarafyan (Twilight: Breaking Dawn). "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" executive producer Georges Bermann saw the film and quickly signed Jarrett to his commercial & music video company Partizan as a director.