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Jeremy Murphy

Author. Journalist. Screenwriter. Publicist.
And definitely un-woke.

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Meet Jeremy

Jeremy Murphy is an author, media executive, screen and speech writer, and journalist. Most notably, he is the co-founder of 360bespoke, a premier public relations agency handling clients in lifestyle, beauty, fashion, the arts, publishing, and entrepreneurs. He recently authored the critically-acclaimed book “Fuck Off, Chloe: Surviving the OMGs! and FMLs! in your Media Career” (SkyHorse Publishing), a humorous look at media, millennials, woke-ism and color-coded GoogleDocSharedZoom nonsense. The book was called “hilarious” by the New York Post while the Daily News raved, “Media mavens will love “F*ck Off, Chloe: Surviving the OMGs and FMLs in your Media Career.”  Previously, Murphy spent 14 years at CBS where he served many roles as a Vice President, most notably as a company spokesperson and editor-in-chief.  There, he created the network’s glossy magazine Watch, which redefined custom publishing with its high fashion editorial, masthead talents (Patrick Demarchelier, Ellen Von Unwerth, Ruven Afonador, Kate Betts, Stuart Elliot, Joel Stein, Michael Musto), and glamorous photo shoots around the world, including the Hotel du Cap, Plaza Athenee Paris, Dorchester London, Four Seasons Florence, and other international locales. Murphy is also a respected speechwriter, having worked with shoe designer Steve Madden on his address to the Accessories Council; Elle magazine editor in chief Nina Garcia; media executive Dawn Ostroff (Spotify, Conde Nast, CW network) and artists like Usher, Dolly Parton, Indya Moore, and Issa Rae. In 2021, it was announced he had created a 13-episode TV series called “House of Medici,” which is being produced by actor James Brolin and manager Scott Hart.

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F*CK OFF, CHLOE!

Public relations' snarkiest publicist Jeremy Murphy expertly chronicles his hatred, love, indifference, amusement, and scorn for the profession in F**k Off, Chloe: Surviving the OMGs! and FMLs! In Your Media Career. From entitled millennials to surly reporters, obnoxious clients, and cumbersome, color-coded “trackers,” Murphy takes a scalpel and glass of Châteauneuf-du-Pape to the PR industry in a searing, hilarious, and pissy voice that his own psychiatrist finds “deeply concerning.” His collection of annoyances shed light on the industry’s idiosyncrasies, insanities, contradictions, and past due invoices, providing an illuminating window into the dirty world of public relations not even Xanax can help. Complementing the scathing prose are color-in illustrations by artist Darren Greenblatt, creator of the “Ugly Lives of Beautiful People” sketch series.

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Speech Writing

Jeremy Murphy is a respected speech writer,  having worked with shoe designer Steve Madden on his address to the Accessories Council; Elle magazine editor in chief Nina Garcia; media executive Dawn Ostroff (Spotify, Conde Nast, CW network) and artists like Usher, Dolly Parton, Indya Moore, and Issa Rae. In 2019, he wrote most of Elle Magazine’s Women in Hollywood annual reception.

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Screen Writing

Jeremy Murphy is the writer and creator of “House of Medici,” a 13-episode series about lost linage, hidden treasure, biblical secrets, and and ghosts from the past that come back to haunt a family in 1980s London. The project is being developed and produced by actor James Brolin and Scott Hart, and being packaged by Gersh.

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Travel Writing

A seasoned feature writer, Jeremy Murphy got his start with Knight Ridder Newspapers, where he covered lifestyle stories, trends, entertainment, fashion, beauty, luxury and travel. He soon focused his work on writing about destinations around the globe, visiting the most exotic places for features in magazines like Simply the Best, Polo deMarco, New York Lifestyles and Fashion Spectrum. His nom de plume, “The Travel Snob,” became one of the most popular columns in the glossy magazines he writes for.

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