scott e. moore
[executive producer, director, principal]
Scott has a unique, innate ability for finding and revealing the true heart of a story in a way that draws the viewer in like a trusted, fascinated friend. He's an award-winning and seasoned Executive Producer, Creative Director & Writer-Producer-Director, with an extremely diverse blend of skills and experience that inform all of his work. He started his career at MTV, following his passion for music, and has since followed his boundless curiosity to create countless hours of video content, across genres and media platforms - Broadcast, Digital and Advertising & PR and beyond.
As Executive Producer/Creative Director of Video for boutique Digital Agency TheVisualMD, he helped define a groundbreaking style of scientific and artistic video storytelling on the subjects of Wellness and the human body, working with giants in the field of health and medicine. His VMD content has been featured at the prestigious TEDMED conference/think-tanks. (He had never worked in Health prior to that job.)
More recently, on the Advertising front he directed 6 branded documentary profiles with the Tribal Worldwide/DDB agency for Pfizer. He also helped lead a team with Advertising media giant Omnicon Group to create 66 submission films for the prestigious Cannes Lions Awards for creativity. He has created branded content for Frito-Lay, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Quest Diagnostics, Philips, and many others. Scott's specialty is creating advertising content that rings with authenticity through story, bringing a brand and its values to life.
Scott created the two-time Telly Award-winning web doc series "It's Who You Know" (IWYK) with frequent collaborator Eric Feldman about remarkable people they personally know. This original passion project has given Scott the opportunity to artfully expand his roles into Director of Photography and Editor. (He also co-composed the music).
Scott got an internship at MTV near the end of college (when MTV was music), and quickly rose to Writer, working in MTV News, then becoming a Producer/Director. He soon after moved to VH1, where he won 2 CableACE Awards (merged w/ Emmys in late 90s) for his music documentaries, by his mid-20s - working with some of his heroes like Bonnie Raitt, Daniel Lanois, David Lynch, and countless others. He was nominated for several awards. He went on to create and contribute to an eclectic array of compelling video work: TV shows, promos, commercial and marketing content, music videos and more - for the likes of A&E Biography, PBS, Turner Classic Movies, ESPN, TNT, USA, Warner Music, Fujisankei, various ad agencies and more.
Scott was born & raised outside of NYC, in New Jersey, which speaks to his penchant for both diversity and resilience. One of his earliest childhood memories is going to Louis Armstrong's funeral. He is an omnivorous foodie, amateur chef, active traveler, vintage guitar geek and often rides his bike really far.
He is also an accomplished musician. More on that here.
Throughout his career, Scott has worked with some amazing, multi-talented people - and continues to do so. Below are a few of his most frequent collaborators: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
[supervising producer, writer, director, talent]
Claudine is an Emmy-award winning producer, as well as an established actress and voiceover artist and talent coach. She has brought her hands-on production skills and savvy sense of story to TV networks like Lifetime, CBS, TCM, TNT, A&E, VH1 and The Biography Channel. On the other side of the camera and microphone, Claudine has appeared in commercials for Listerine, Verizon, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury and others, while her voice has appeared in many commercials and countless network promos. In 2014, Claudine was the live announcer for the first-ever television broadcast of The Hollywood Film Awards (CBS/Lion's Heart Productions). She has also narrated medical films, voiced characters in animated children's programs and recently read the audio book for the acclaimed novel "Claudia Silver To The Rescue." Recently, she began using her experience and charisma as a Voiceover coach, and currently has 25 students. Claudine appears in the independent feature film "Concussion," which garnered international raves in 2013, making the finals at the Sundance Film Festival, won the jury prize at The Berlin Film festival and was bought Radius/Weinstein, hitting theaters and digital platforms. Claudine's energy, confidence and unique palette of skills allow her to excel at directing talent, which includes the hundreds of celebrities that she's worked with. She's a native Brooklynite, an excellent baker & salad-maker, a fluent French speaker and a kick-ass Mom. Claudine is usually the first person on the dance floor.
eric todd feldman
[executive producer, writer, development, digital strategies]
Eric is an accomplished media veteran who collaborates with WingTip through his company Big Sixty Media Group. He is a highly recognized television programmer and producer who has designed and executed award-winning programming and brand strategies for worldwide entertainment entities including Viacom, MTV Networks, Here!, Cablevision, Rainbow Media, Universal Television, Sony, and USA Networks. Eric’s previous key executive roles in programming, production development and marketing of culturally stimulating media brands (MTV, VH1, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, Sony Music, Sony Pictures, USA Networks, SyFy, Atom Films, and Fuse) render him a natural arbiter for today’s TV and online audiences discriminating and ever-evolving programming wants and needs. To date, he has been honored with over 250 media and production awards and has been recognized by MultiChannel News as ‘one of the most innovative and influential young executives in the cable and telecommunications industry’. Eric and Scott created and execute the "It's Who You Know" profile series together and have some other super-cool projects in development. When he’s not working in the lab late at night, Eric enjoys a life enriched with loud music, lots of movies, and an expansive guitar collection, along with his wife and two sons.
[composer, music producer, mixer, sound designer]
Rich is an award-winning and Grammy-nominated composer, producer, mixer and engineer whose music has been used in more than 500 television shows, like Pawn Stars, Duck Dynasty, NBC Olympics and countless others on various networks like A&E, The Discovery Channel, Fox Sports, ESPN, VH1, Nickelodeon and The History Channel. He has worked with artists like Daryl Hall, Al DiMeola, Ace Frehley, The Marsalis Family and many others. He has mixed DVDs and/or HD television broadcasts for the likes of David Bowie, Average White Band, Blue Oyster Cult, comedian Robert Klein and The Cincinnati Pops orchestra. His sound design skills have helped bring high-end scientific films and commercials to life. As an industry expert, he has also written hundreds of articles and is a contributing editor to numerous pro audio magazines and is the author of “Surround Sound Mixing for Pro Tools.” Scott & Rich have created a large music library together and have collaborated on several film scores, including an ESPN 30 for 30 film, independent features and much of Scott's recent video work. They also co-composed & co-produced a 22-song/5-cd project for Deepak Chopra & Oprah Winfrey's 21 Day Meditation Challenge: Miraculous Relationships. Rich can equally rock, twang, groove, boogie and majestically orchestrate with the best of them.
Justine is a veteran video editor whose diverse work includes: commercials (Target, network promos), TV documentary (PBS, Rainbow media/Cablevision), branded marketing docs (Frito Lay, Johnson & Johnson, Philips), scientific films (TEDMED, TheVisualMD), as well as her own short films. Together with Scott at TheVisualMD, she created a wondrous and dynamic style of storytelling that carefully balances art, science and educational information, on hundreds of short films on the subjects of Health & Wellness. Her unique sensibilities - and an MFA in video installation - bring a subtle-yet-powerful perspective to every story she tells. She is also a meticulous director with a keen photographic eye, wry sense of humor and compassionate heart. In her spare time, Justine is a highly skilled Pizzaiola, first-rate Chowhound, world traveler and overall curator of fun.