Elizabeth V. Moore
Everything Elizabeth V. Moore has ever enjoyed inevitably led to a career in editing: solving puzzles, visual art, and music. An essential part of the Camp Lucky editing family, Elizabeth has honed her talent cutting music videos, short films and commercials, including spots for such noted brands as RAM, AT&T, Costa, Crate&Barrel, GameStop, AE Dairy, and Wolf.
She loves being a storyteller through shaping footage; adding creative perspective while collaborating with clients to craft a story or message that she hopes will be even better than what they had envisioned possible. "We’re living in a time of a lot of distractions so the challenge is to hook people and leave a lasting impression,” she says. “Content has to be engaging and make an impact visually, emotionally or, ideally, both."
Growing up in the coveted days of MTV's Saturday morning Top 20, Logan developed a love for music videos watching iconic work by Duran Duran, U2, George Michael, Beastie Boys, and Nine Inch Nails. Chasing that music video euphoria, he began his career in 2002 at Whitehouse Santa Monica, honing his craft editing videos for Eminem, Will.i.Am, Regina Spector and Weezer among others.
Over the years he has enjoyed collaborations with directors Chris Milk, Paul Hunter, Paul Minor, Marc Webb, Jared Hess, Andreas Nilsson and Michael Downing and worked with agencies CP+B, Dieste, 72andSunny, TBWA|Chiat|Day, The Richards Group, and Saatchi & Saatchi. His work has contributed to brands AT&T, Jeep, Old Navy, Nike, Ram and Netflix, and to the feature films Moneyball, and The Amazing Spider-Man. Since joining Camp Lucky, his work has earned three AICE nominations and a win for Timberland “Life In Motion.”
Award-winning editor Marc Stone is widely known for finding the emotion in each edit, connecting with audiences in docu-style to comedic fiction genres. Many of his collaborations include campaigns with brands Corona, The Home Depot, Jeep, Nissan, Ram and The Salvation Army.
Among his notable work, the D Show Award-honored 2015 Jeep Super Bowl spot “Beautiful Land,” Dodge Super Bowl spot “Wisdom” which earned an 2015 AICE Award, the 2012 AICE winners AVG “Tigers vs. Toothpicks” and Metro PCS “Sync Cities,” and the 2011 Bronze Cannes Lion-winning Gamestop “Yay.”
Sai Selvarajan grew up in Nigeria playing soccer and riding bikes. He moved to Dallas with his family when he was nine, and traded his scissor kicks for a wicked jump shot. Sai brings a fierce passion for storytelling, coupled with great design acumen, to his work. His stylistically intense pieces channel an emotional resonance that has defined his craft for brands such as Garmin, YETI, 7UP, Miller Lite, Frito Lay, Ram, and Chrysler.
Sai has written and directed numerous short films including the 2021 SXSW Film Festival World Premiere of The Unlikely Fan, 2020 SXSW Film Festival Special Jury Recognition for Coup d’état Math, Sugarless Tea narrated by political comic Hari Kondabolu, as well as Duchamp and Audible Static - all of which earned audience praise across festivals for their emotional connectedness and original perspectives. Sai’s title sequence for the feature Chasing Shakespeare earned him the Jury Award at SXSW’s Art Of The Title.