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.