From the jump, Morgan’s love of filmmaking would not be stopped. At a young age, he would commandeer his dad’s DV camera and create epic and stylized skateboarding videos — some of which may or may not have been recorded over his sister’s graduation . . . Whoops.
Since then, he’s graduated from home videos to campaigns for some of the biggest brands in the world. With over a decade of experiences in film, photography, art direction, and post-production, he’s become a multi-faceted creative force to be reckoned with. His directing work has won numerous accolades including Cannes Lions, D&AD, Clio and One show awards. His recent spot for Budweiser was featured on the BBC and many other news outlets.
He’s created a monopoly on assimilating CG, animation, and live action to produce visually striking and iconic pieces for brands such as Gatorade, Apple, and the NFL. Beyond mixed media, Morgan’s style lives and breathes in a cinematic and anthemic space. He recently brought to life Instagram’s first ever brand campaign, a dynamic, uplifting piece that resents the unique and authentic soul of Instagram’s brand and community
And his latest work with Budweiser featured an emotional narrative of everyday Americans doing extraordinary things to bring people together and celebrated the fact that for the first time in 37 years, they would not be running a Super Bowl commercial, using the funds instead to support COVID relief. The spot received over 12 million views within the first few days of its release, with Forbes calling it “the best Super Bowl spot not to run” which received a Bronze Clio, two D&AD Wood Pencils, and One Club Award.