Editor/VFX Artist Tim Moore Joins Filmworkers Nashville

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NASHVILLE— Award-winning editor and visual effects artist Tim Moore has joined


, Nashville. A multi-talented artist, skilled in a variety of editorial and visual effects platforms, Moore arrives from Storyville Post, Nashville, where he primarily worked on television commercials. His credits include campaigns for the Nashville Predators, Pigeon Forge and RBC, Bank. He recently won a Gold Addy for Special Effects, for his work on a campaign for the Tennessee Lottery and The Buntin Group.

Moore’s arrival in Nashville is part of Filmworkers’ ongoing effort to broaden its creative resources on a national basis, according to Reid Brody, the company’s president. Filmworkers has been adding new artists at each of facilities (which include sites in Chicago and Dallas). It is also affiliated with the creative boutiques Vitamin, a hybrid production studio, and Giannini Creative, a specialist in creative retouching and related services, both of whose services are available through all Filmworkers location. “We are committed to providing our clients with a one-stop solution for production and post, with the top talent in every field,” Brody said. “Tim is a great example of that. He is an exceptional artist who has done great work for clients in Nashville and across the Southeast. We’re excited to have him as a member of the Filmworkers team.” At Filmworkers, Moore will continue to focus on commercial work while also contributing to music videos and television work. In addition to his four years at Storyville, he held a staff post at Ground Zero, Nashville. He began his career in the broadcast industry. “Filmworkers is a great company, with an excellent reputation in Nashville and nationwide,” Moore said. “I’m excited to have a chance to broaden the scope of my career and help Filmworkers grow.” Filmworkers is located at 1006 17th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37212. For more information, call (615) 322-9337 or visit






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