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Moriarty Media is your full service media provider.

For over 20 years James Moriarty and his associates have produced a wide variety of media projects such as: advertising, event productions, fund-raising music videos, industrial films, independent documentaries, television commercials, educational and e-commerce websites, and interactive/wayfinding kiosks. Let’s discuss how Moriarty Media can help fulfill your media needs.

The Golden Hour Historic Site Smartphone Photography Workshop

Event Date and Time
Saturday, September 29, 2018 - 6:00 p.m.

Location Address: 
Levi and Catharine Coffin State Historic Site
201 US-27, Fountain City, IN 47341


The Golden Hour Smartphone Photography Workshop will teach participants how to effectively use their smartphones to shoot digital photographs of the Levi and Catharine Coffin State Historic Site with the magical light that occurs before sunset. It will provide the class with the history and culture of the time of the Underground Railroad.

Intro Camera Cinematography 
and Video Lighting Workshop

Roberts Camera Cinematography and Lighting Workshop 2018 Descriptions Update.

Event Date and Time:
October 6, 13, 20 – Time: 1PM to 4PM

Location Address: 
Roberts Camera 220 E St Clair St, Indianapolis, IN 46204

Visit robertscamera.com/education to learn more and register.

James E. Moriarty of Moriarty Media will teach a three session, 3-hour workshop that will focus on the following topics and techniques:
•    The basic aspects of cinema cameras
•    Basic lighting techniques
•    Understanding cinematographic vocabulary
•    How to interpret scripts and storyboards 
•    How different lengths of lenses affect space and emotional engagement, and how camera angles and movement relate to drama.


2018 Carmel Film Forum- Focus On Filmmaking Gallery

The 2018 Carmel Film Forum: Focus on Filmmaking was a great success. The screenwriting workshop was attended by people of all ages. A table read by local actors brought the scripts to life and was received with enthusiasm by both the scriptwriters and the audience. We premiered the music video ALIVE that was created in the workshop I taught in the CCPL Digital Media Lab. Two full length films by Indiana filmmakers were shown, as well as 5 short films by Indy indie filmmakers. All of the films were followed by Q&As. The participants in The Carmel Film Forum were delighted by the support they received from each other and are excited about the future of filmmaking in Indiana. Photos by James E. Moriarty and Randy Johnson 

ALIVE Music Video with Renée Michelle Merrifield