Rory Kramer (born June 1, 1984) is a famous music video director, photographer, and social influencer.
He is generally known for making music videos for musicians including Justin Bieber, Martin Garrix, and Tori Kelly, the videographer and self-described life liver has become a sought-after personality in the industry.
Facts About Rory Kramer
- Full Name: Rory Kramer
- Born: 1 June 1984
- Age: 38 years old
- Place of Birth: Indiana, United States
- Nationality: American
- Spouse: Amy Disser Kramer (m. 2020)
- Occupation: Photographer • Filmmaker
- Net Worth: N/A
Early Life & Education
Rory Kramer was born in Indiana, United States on June 1st, 1984.
He is a citizen of the United States and of Caucasian heritage.
His parents supported him in pursuing his passion because Rory Kramer was interested in the arts at a young age.
Rory Kramer relocated to Los Angeles, California, United States, when he was 25 years old to pursue an acting career. He started as a streaming service content quality controller.
He started posting brief YouTube films of his exploits after he had been a resident of Los Angeles for nearly four years. Rory Kramer received a job offer from a buddy to tour with 3LAU and record their performances for videos. Later, he produced Avicii‘s music video for the song The Night.
Rory Kramer directed the lyric video for The Chainsmokers‘ song Closer in 2016. On January 10, 2017, one billion people viewed the video.
The video received two billion views on February 4, 2018, making it the first lyric video to do so. It received over 2.7 billion views on YouTube by September 2021, making it the most-watched lyric video of all time and the 30th most-watched video overall.
In 2017, Rory Kramer played the lead role in the MTV series Dare to Live, which followed him as he embarked on adventures with various celebrities.
He collaborated on the music video for Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande‘s MTV Award-winning single Stuck with U in 2020.
On January 14, 2021, Rory Kramer photographed Justin Bieber 3,500 times at three different Los Angeles sites. Justice, Justin Bieber‘s album from 2021 has a cover image of the singer hunched over in the 2nd Street Tunnel in Downtown Los Angeles.