You may know him as “Beyoncé’s stylist” or the man who gives inspiration with words of encouragement via his daily posts on social media with uplifting quotes, but he has a number of other strings to his bow.

 

Get to know him first:

 

It was 1995, and window dresser Ty Hunter was working at a trendy boutique called Bui-Yah- Kah in Houston, Texas. There, he assisted customers — including the mother of one of today’s biggest musical acts also known as Miss Tina Beyoncé’s Mother “I would always put clothes to the side for a local group known as Destiny’s Child” says Hunter. “From there, a repartee formed with the group’s head stylist.

 

You know the rest of the story!

 

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2015 has been a productive year for him, he brought so many projects to life!

 

First, his Clothing line “With Passion By Ty Hunter” in partnership with the Served Fresh Brand.

 

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He explains where he finds the inspiration for his line.

 

For me, yellow represents the rays of the sun. Social media can be so negative, so I wanted my clothes to be that burst of sunshine — something bright and positive. And the exclamation points just heighten my feelings and mood.” He told.

 

And he doesn’t stop there, he created Passionprojectsbyty

 

Passion Projects infuses its products and projects with the same kind of passion it strives to inspire in its consumers. The company aims to bring inspiration and positivity into the world. Every day, Passion Projects, realizes this vision through the efforts of its founders, Ty Hunter, Amber Sabathia and Michelle Serafin.

 

After that, He launched his own Emoji line “Ty Hunter Emoji App” available to download in early December. Fun and unique like his creator.

 

I've partnered up with Intro Media and Swyft to release an innovative emoji keyboard that allows users to add emoji, stickers, and GIF's of yours truly directly into their text. The technology is cutting edge and works on any mobile messaging platform! You just add the keyboard like an ordinary language keyboard and start being Tyriffic with your text expressions. I was so excited to do the project, because It will be the first independent real life emoji keyboard for a single person! The best part is that we are going to offer the keyboard for free to all my fans for a limited time in the App Store. http://ift.tt/1Pi4YU0Swyft to release an innovative emoji keyboard that allows users to add emoji, stickers, and GIF's of yours truly directly into their text. The technology is cutting edge and works on any mobile messaging platform! You just add the keyboard like an ordinary language keyboard and start being Tyriffic with your text expressions. I was so excited to do the project, because It will be the first independent real life emoji keyboard for a single person! The best part is that we are going to offer the keyboard for free to all my fans for a limited time in the App Store. http://ift.tt/1Pi4YU0

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Remaining humble while reaching an extremely high level in his career enable him to team up with President Obama’s MBK (My Brother’s Keeper) initiative.

 

He’s the first Millennial entrepreneur to get featured and share his story on Biz My Way video series hosted by Mike Muse.

 

 

About the MBK initiative

 

That’s what MBK is all about. Helping more of our young people stay on track. Providing the support they need to thing more broadly about their future. Building on what works – when it works, in those critical life – changing moments.” Said President Obama.

 

His latest project is the Ty-Lite, a protective light-up phone case which provides lighting while using the smartphone’s frontal-facing camera, and also acting as a protective case to the actual phone itself. The perfect item to get the perfect selfies in your best light!

 

 

Like to know more of him? Stay connected with Ty Hunter

 

To learn more about Passion Projects, visit Passion Projects By Ty

 

To order the With Passion clothing line, visit ServedFresh Collection

 

To order your Ty-Lite, visit Ty-Lite