NOAH EDWARD MORSE
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Cedric Mitchell Design
NOAH EDWARD MORSE is a filmmaker and photographer based in Echo Park, CA. Noah has worked with clients including Oddli Clothing, Eliza McLamb, Pulyay, and Peter Heon and has been featured in Fashionista.
Early in his career, Noah co-founded Ohoto Productions; a freelance production platform that produced content for Washington DC-based organizations, non-profits, and corporate events. His work with Ohoto has been featured on PBS’ documentary series, NOVA. Outside of his work with Ohoto, Noah has directed and served as director of photography on numerous shorts, including Going Green, winner of Best Editing at the 2017 Baltimore 48 Hour Film Festival. Additionally, he served as one of four production interns at the 2017 Annapolis Film Festival as well as an intern at the Festival de Cannes in Cannes, France during the summer of 2017, where he focused on international film sales in the Marché du Film.
Noah has worked with a number of organizations. Most recently, he worked as an assistant to the head of the Literary Division at WME. Previously, he interned for the Talent and Literary department at Paradigm Talent Agency in Los Angeles, the DC branch of Sofar Sounds, served as Script Supervisor and Director for Rough Cut Productions and as President for DC-based promotional and record label, Searcher Records.
Noah is a graduate of the George Washington University, achieving Cum Laude honors with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Communication and Film Studies. He currently works as a freelance director and photographer in Los Angeles. He is a co-founder of and producer at sogbots. He also likes to eat pasta and lay in sprawling fields of grass.