Tanner Jarman is an award-winning filmmaker based between Los Angeles and New York City; the two backdrops that have had the most significant influence on his storytelling. His 2015 basketball short, High Hoops won first place at the RevoltTV Film Festival in Miami (with judges that included Spike Lee, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, Eif Rivera, and more), later making its online debut on Short of the Week and AspireTV. In 2020, Tanner released Paradise, an interactive FaceTime short highlighting the socio-political unrest of the pandemic and protests against police violence that have plagued Black communities; released via NoBudge and Film Shortage.


His producing collaborations include a number of

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brands and production studios alike, with an emphasis on highlighting under represented characters and communities through meaningful and captivating stories. This includes producing the first season of HBO’s award-winning TV series We're Here in 2020, a 4-part New Balance Documentary campaign Beyond the Run with GATA to promote mental health in 2021, and the second season of the  A24 films produced AppleTV+ architectural series HOME in 2022; where he would additionally direct and produce the Sag Harbor episode, a generational story focusing on the few remaining Black beach communities in the United States and the importance of preserving its rich history and legacy.

Tanner is presently developing a variety of television projects, in addition to getting his first feature off the ground at the end of this calendar year.