We are Fly Media — and this is our story

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the flyest of ‘em all?

Graphic of 4 mulit-colored diamonds. Graphic of 4 multi-colored diamonds.

Affectionately known as the FlyDuoTM, Reuben and Sherri Johnson have built a brand inspired by bold individuals and badass brands. As co-founders of Fly Media Productions, a boutique digital agency embodying the sensual and unapologetic nature of its founders, Reuben and Sherri offer their clients a distinctly empowered approach to digital storytelling. Their expertise lies in delivering lush editorial digital experiences, uniquely aimed at authentically connecting sensually chic and culturally defiant brands with audiences across digital touch points.

With over 16 years experience, some of their past clients include an R&B Diva; Bravo and ABC TV Co-hosts; and a number of internationally renowned Beauty, Fashion, and Lifestyle professionals to name a few.

Reuben and Sherri are also co-hosts of the upcoming Struggle Food podcast, a refreshingly raw and honest interview series that explores the often left out journey of entrepreneurship.

Latest Features

Maintain Your Innovative Edge by Being Different « EE CONF 2018

The Fly Media Origin Story - Part 1 | Part 2 « The Bureau Briefing Podcast

Niche Identity & Branding with The FlyDuo « CTRL+CLICK CAST

The design vibe at FlyDuoTM is cool...creative...and visually striking. They aren't techie web designers... they're artists. They're professional... and dedicated to making their clients happy. - Brian Scott McFadden, Comic/Actor/Entertainer

Co-Founders // The FlyDuoTM

Put us together, how they gone stop both us?


CEO/Digital Director

Reuben Johnson is a self-proclaimed peace lovin’ revolutionary. He loves dope music, intellectual debates, and anything that moves “the culture” forward.

His passion for the web and technology stem from an innate desire to create meaningful, relevant, emotional connections that shape culture, build communities, and bridge the gap between culture and commerce.

Follow Reuben: Twitter | LinkedIn


CCO/Visual Designer

Sherri Johnson is a self-proclaimed urban hippie. She loves overalls, bare feet, big hoops — to match her notoriously tall wedges, good food, and helping brands meaningfully connect with their clients and customers in the digital space.

She prides herself on helping female founders to unapologetically be themselves, own their badassery, and to build strong, beautiful, and hugely successful brands while doing it!

Follow Sherri: Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn

Core Values // Company Culture

We’re a small team with BIG heart.

  • Authenticity

    Being half black owned, half woman owned, and originally from the Northeast, trust us when we say, we get it. We know what it’s like (both personally and professionally) to be misunderstood, overlooked and brushed aside, simply due to the color of your skin, gender, or unconventional appearance. ...We promise you, you will NEVER experience that here.

  • Diversity

    We believe in investing in the people who invest in you; which is just one of the reasons why diversity is so important to us. We are HONORED to fill a need in a market that isn’t properly being served, and we are PROUD to call that market our family.

  • Quality

    When it comes to quality of work, we’ve always been firm believers in the old skool mantra: Give More Than What is Expected. In the wise words of Cory Booker, “Give more than is expected, love more than seems wise, serve more than seems necessary, and help more than is asked.” — BOOM! (Cue DAP emoji.)

  • Dedication

    Whether you’re a celebrity, corporation, or home town hero, we believe that everyone deserves the same amount of dedication and respect. As a boutique agency we have the luxury, and very much enjoy, nurturing the kind of client relationships that last for years.

  • Professionalism

    What if I told you that professionalism is one of the top reasons people get excited to work with us? Apparently, professionalism is not guaranteed when you hire a professional - who knew! Although we find this incredibly disturbing, the one benefit (besides more work), is that we often get to play hero and save the day — sexy costumes and all ...which we kinda like. Woohoo!