Taylor Swift videography

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Taylor Swift pictured during her live performance in 2012
Swift performing on her Speak Now Tour in Sydney, Australia in March 2012

American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has released four video albums and has appeared in thirty-eight music videos, five films and three television shows. From her eponymous debut album (2006),[1] she released music videos for the singles "Tim McGraw", "Teardrops on My Guitar", "Our Song", and "Picture to Burn", all directed by Trey Fanjoy and released from 2006–08. For the second of these, she earned an MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist nomination. She followed with three other music videos in 2008—"Beautiful Eyes" from her extended play of the same name, "Change from the AT&T Team USA Soundtrack and "Love Story" from her second album Fearless (2008).[2][3] The latter was nominated for two awards at the 2009 CMT Music Awards—Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year. For the video of "You Belong with Me" she won Best Female Video at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. During her acceptance speech, she was interrupted by rapper Kanye West, which sparked controversy and received much media attention.[4]

Swift's third album Speak Now (2010) spawned the single "Mine",[5] whose music video was directed by herself and Roman White, who previously directed two of her videos. This was followed by "Back to December", a video that laments the aftermath of a break-up, and "Mean", which tells the story of bullying. She also released videos for "The Story of Us", "Sparks Fly", and "Ours", all in 2011. The following year, Swift released her fourth album Red (2012), preceded by a music video for the lead single "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together". The video for "I Knew You Were Trouble" won Swift a second MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video. The year 2013 saw Swift release five music videos—four from Red;[6] "22", "Everything Has Changed", "Red" and "The Last Time", and one in a collaboration with Tim McGraw; "Highway Don't Care".

Swift's fifth album 1989 produced the music videos for "Shake It Off" and "Blank Space", with the latter becoming the fastest video to reach one billion views on Vevo in 2015.[7][8] "Blank Space" and the video for "Bad Blood", featuring rapper Kendrick Lamar, won four accolades at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, with the latter winning for Video of the Year and Best Collaboration. It also received a Grammy Award for Best Music Video. In addition to her music videos, Swift has released video albums, such as Taylor Swift and Def Leppard (2009), Speak Now World Tour – Live (2011) and Taylor Swift: Journey to Fearless (2011). She has appeared in the television shows CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in 2009, Saturday Night Live in 2009 and New Girl in 2013. In film, she has starred in Valentine's Day (2010), and provided her voice in the animated film The Lorax (2012). She has also appeared in a number of commercials, including for Band Hero (2009), Coca-Cola (2014) and Apple Music (2015).

Music videos

Key
 • Denotes music videos directed or co-directed by Taylor Swift
Tyler Hilton
Tyler Hilton appears as Swift's love interest in "Teardrops on My Guitar".
Justin Gaston
Model Justin Gaston plays the fictional character Romeo in "Love Story".
Lucas Till
Lucas Till portrays the male lead in "You Belong With Me"
Kellie Pickler
Swift appears in the video for Kellie Pickler's "Best Days of Your Life"
The Civil Wars
The Civil Wars collaborated with Swift on "Safe & Sound"
B.o.B
B.o.B features Swift in the music video for "Both of Us"
Reeve Carney
Reeve Carney plays Swift's womanizing boyfriend in "I Knew You Were Trouble".
Sean O'Pry
Sean O'Pry plays Swift's love interest in "Blank Space".
Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar appears in the music video for "Bad Blood".
Zayn Malik
Title Year Other performer(s) credited Director(s) Description Ref.
"Tim McGraw" 2006 None Fanjoy, TreyTrey Fanjoy The video focuses on flashbacks by Swift's love interest, among cut scenes that feature Swift lying on a lake bed. The video received a nomination for Number One Streamed Video From a New Artist at the 2006 CMT Online Awards.[9] At the 2007 CMT Music Awards, it won Breakthrough Video of the Year.[10] [11]
"Teardrops on My Guitar" 2007 None Fanjoy, TreyTrey Fanjoy Follows Swift's unrequited love for her friend who falls in love with another girl. The video received a nomination for Best New Artist at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards.[12] [13]
"Our Song" 2007 None Fanjoy, TreyTrey Fanjoy Swift is seen performing in various settings, including a front porch. At the 2008 CMT Music Awards, the video earned Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year.[14] [15]
"I'm Only Me When I'm with You" • 2008 None Swift, TaylorTaylor Swift The video showcases shots of her live concert footage. [16]
"Picture to Burn" 2008 None Fanjoy, TreyTrey Fanjoy It has Swift fantasizing about exacting revenge on her ex-boyfriend as she sees him with another woman. [17]
"Beautiful Eyes" 2008 None Cassetty, ToddTodd Cassetty
Trey Fanjoy
The video shows footage from Swift's eighteenth birthday party. [18]
"Change" 2008 None Robbins, ShawnShawn Robbins Swift performs with a band in a ballroom. An alternate version of the video features footage from United States Olympic team at the 2008 Summer Olympics.[19] [20]
"Love Story" 2008 None Fanjoy, TreyTrey Fanjoy Based on William Shakespeare's tragedy Romeo and Juliet (1597), it replaces the tragic conclusion with a happy ending; it is a period piece focusing on Swift meeting her boyfriend in a university campus. At the 2009 CMT Music Awards, the video won the awards for Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year.[21] [22]
"White Horse" 2009 None Fanjoy, TreyTrey Fanjoy An ex-boyfriend approaches Swift looking for a second chance. She recalls multiple memories with him, both positive and negative. [23]
"Crazier" 2009 None Chelsom, PeterPeter Chelsom The video is taken from Swift performing the song in cameo in the film Hannah Montana: The Movie. [24]
"You Belong with Me" 2009 None White, RomanRoman White Swift, a studious girl, yearns for a popular boy next door. At the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, the music video was named Best Female Video.[25] Her acceptance speech was interrupted by rapper Kanye West,[4] which sparked controversy and received much media attention.[26] [27]
"The Best Day" • 2009 None Swift, TaylorTaylor Swift The video showcases home videos of Swift and her mother. [28]
"Fifteen" 2009 None White, RomanRoman White It was filmed using a green screen with heavy usage of special effects. Swift walks through a garden, where she relives many memories with her best friend. [29]
"Best Days of Your Life" 2009 Pickler, KellieKellie Pickler White, RomanRoman White When Pickler sees her boyfriend cheating on him, she leaves him. He finds his life miserable with his new girlfriend and misses being with Pickler instead. [30]
"Fearless" 2010 None Cassetty, ToddTodd Cassetty Director Todd Cassetty uses footage from the Fearless Tour performances for the video. [31]
"Mine" • 2010 None Swift, TaylorTaylor Swift
Roman White
Swift recalls the fights between her parents that follow her through adulthood, her own relationship, and marriage. [32]
"Back to December" 2011 None Lemoine, YoannYoann Lemoine Swift mourns her break-up with her ex-boyfriend whom she didn't treat well when they were together. [33]
"Mean" 2011 None Whitebloom, DeclanDeclan Whitebloom Documents the lives of four different people bullied in different stages. However, their lives get better in the end of video. [34]
"The Story of Us" 2011 None Jones, NobleNoble Jones Swift is seen narrating the eponymous book in a library. The scenes flash back and forth between her and her ex-boyfriend, students in the library. [35]
"Sparks Fly" 2011 None Lamb, ChristianChristian Lamb It shows clips of various performances during the Speak Now World Tour. [36]
"Ours" 2011 None Whitebloom, DeclanDeclan Whitebloom It primarily takes place in an office with Swift working and seeing various videos of her and her boyfriend. It ends with them embracing each other as he returns from the military. [37]
"Safe & Sound" 2012 The Civil Wars Andelman, PhilipPhilip Andelman It was shot in a cemetery, where Swift sits atop the graves of a couple who died in 1853. [38]
"Both of Us" 2012 B.o.B Nava, JakeJake Nava Along with B.o.B and Swift, the video also portray people living their day-to-day lives. [39]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" 2012 None Whitebloom, DeclanDeclan Whitebloom When her on-again, off-again boyfriend does dreadful and atrocious things, Swift realizes that they are never ever getting back together. [40]
"Begin Again" 2012 None Andelman, PhilipPhilip Andelman The video finds Swift roaming around the streets of Paris in search of a fresh start. [41]
"I Knew You Were Trouble" 2012 None Mandler, AnthonyAnthony Mandler Swift recounts the events of a passionate but destructive romance. The video won Best Female Video at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards and was also nominated for Video of the Year.[42][43] [44]
"22" 2013 None Mandler, AnthonyAnthony Mandler Swift bounces on trampolines and plays on the beach with her friends. [45]
"Highway Don't Care" 2013 McGraw, TimTim McGraw Drake, ShaneShane Drake The video highlights the dangers of driving while distracted, particularly texting and driving. It sees an accident as a result of a similar situation. [46]
"Everything Has Changed" 2013 Sheeran, EdEd Sheeran Andelman, PhilipPhilip Andelman
Giles Dunning
Two children meet each other on a bus to elementary school. Throughout the video, they are seen painting their faces with crayons, pretending to be a princess and knight, and dancing with each other in the empty school gym. [47]
"Red" 2013 None Jackson, KennyKenny Jackson The video showcases footage from Swift's The Red Tour, with the audience cheering in the background. [48]
"The Last Time" 2013 Lightbody, GaryGary Lightbody Richardson, TerryTerry Richardson Footage from The Red Tour performance in Sacramento, California in August 2013 was used to create the music video. [49]
"Shake It Off" 2014 None Romanek, MarkMark Romanek Swift appears alongside other dancers in the styles of ballet, cheerleader, hip hop, jazz, lyrical and twerker. Throughout the video, Swift references several pop musicians, including Lady Gaga and Skrillex. [50]
"Blank Space" 2014 None Kahn, JosephJoseph Kahn The 360° video features Swift with her love interest in a mansion. As her boyfriend is seen betraying her, Swift turns into a man-eating psychotic jealous girlfriend. With over 1.68 billion views, it is the fourth most viewed YouTube video as of August 2016.[51] The video received two MTV Video Music Awards—Best Female Video and Best Pop Video.[52] [53]
"Style" 2015 None Newman, KyleKyle Newman The video is different from Swift's previous work, featuring her in a darker, more abstract, light. It has scenery heavily, with images of beaches, forests and car rides. [54]
"Bad Blood" 2015 Lamar, KendrickKendrick Lamar Kahn, JosephJoseph Kahn When Swift is betrayed by her companion, she prepares to exact vengeance. The video received eight nominations at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards,[55] winning Video of the Year and Best Collaboration.[52] It also won the Grammy Award for Best Music Video.[56] [57]
"Wildest Dreams" 2015 None Kahn, JosephJoseph Kahn Set in the 1950s, the video focuses on Swift and her love interest filming a romance. Swift is heartbroken when she sees him with his wife and flees the premiere of the film. All of the proceeds from the video went to wild animal conservation efforts through the African Parks Foundation of America.[58] [59]
"Out of the Woods" 2015 None Kahn, JosephJoseph Kahn It finds Swift on several different locations, such as a beach, the snowy mountains, an ocean, a barren landscape, a muddy location, and a burning forest. [60]
"New Romantics" 2016 None Åkerlund, JonasJonas Åkerlund The video shows several clips of Swift onstage performing during The 1989 World Tour. [61]
"I Don't Wanna Live Forever" 2017 Malik, ZaynZayn Malik Singer, GrantGrant Singer Swift and Malik wander through a hotel, throwing objects like glasses, lamps, pillows across their rooms in anger. [62]

Video albums

Title Album details Notes
CMT Crossroads:
Taylor Swift and Def Leppard
  • Released: June 16, 2009
  • Label: Big Machine
  • Formats: DVD
  • Released exclusively to American Wal-Mart stores, it follows Swift throughout meeting and performing with English rock band Def Leppard.[63]
Taylor Swift:
Journey to Fearless
  • The complete three-night TV series running approximately 135 minutes. The DVD contains thirteen bonus performances taken from the Fearless Tour.[64]
Speak Now World Tour – Live
  • Released: November 21, 2011
  • Label: Big Machine
  • Formats: CD/Blu-ray, CD/DVD, digital download
  • A CD/DVD and CD/Blu-ray set featuring all seventeen live performances from her North American leg of the Speak Now World Tour.[65]
The 1989 World Tour Live
  • Exclusively released on the music-streaming service Apple Music, The 1989 World Tour Live captures footage from Swift's performance in front of 76,000 audiences at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia in November 2015.[66]

Filmography

Title[67] Year Role Notes
Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience 2009 Herself Cameo
Hannah Montana: The Movie 2009 Herself Cameo
Valentine's Day 2010 Felicia Miller
Lorax, TheThe Lorax 2012 Audrey Voice
The Giver 2014 Rosemary

Television

Title[67] Year Role Notes
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2009 Haley Jones Episode: "Turn, Turn, Turn"
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon 2009 Herself
Saturday Night Live 2009 Herself Guest host, performer (2 episodes)
Punk'd 2012 Herself
20/20 2012 Herself
60 Minutes 2012–13 Herself
New Girl 2013 Elaine Episode: "Elaine's Big Day"
CBS This Morning 2013–14 Herself
Late Night With Seth Meyers 2014 Herself
The View 2014 Herself
The Talk 2014 Herself
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2014–15 Herself

Commercials

Swift has appeared in a number of commercials for companies and products, including Band Hero (2009),[68] Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX7 (2010),[69] Target (2010, 2012, 2014),[70][71][72] CoverGirl (2010–11),[73][74] Wonderstruck (2012),[75] Keds (2013),[76] Coca-Cola (2014),[77] Chinese Toyota (2015),[78] Chinese Evolution of Smooth (2015),[79] and Apple Music (2016).[80]

Notes

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