Live Action Director
Jason Moore graduated from UCLA with a major in Film Directing. His short film " Don't Eat the Chili at the Detour Diner" won the $25,000 James Bridges Award for Directing. His thesis film "Paradise, Nebraska" won UCLA's Spotlight Award for Best Film of the Year and was also a hit in the festival circuit, selling to over twenty domestic and international network like Showtime and the Sundance Channel. After graduating, he began directing commercials. His first spot, a spook of Nike's "Freestyle" went viral. He followed that up with clients such as Bud Light, Match.com, McDonald's and the Los Angeles Kings. His focus on comedy, visual story telling, dialogue and physical humor is what makes him appealing to both domestic and international clients. His work for the US Department of Transportation was featured in Shoot Magazine New Directors Showcase and won the Telly and Mobius Awards. He also directed the web series pilot "Hooked Up with Tom Collichio" and produced and directed the multi-cam web broadcast for the TEDxFultonStreet conference in New York.