|Mari Bonnemaison-Moore, President||Brooks T. Moore, Vice President||David Partin, Director of Digital Media|
|Mari has a wide range of film and television experience in both domestic and international markets. She started her career as an investigative reporter and producer for two of Peru’s highest-rated television news magazines where she was nominated for a Peruvian CIRCE Award (equivalent to a US Emmy) there she covered from The Shinning Path (terrorist group) to the US Air Force F-16 fighter jet team. Since moving to the United States, Mari has continued to draw upon her international upbringing by producing documentaries, television shows, news pieces and videos that cross cultural boundaries. Her cultural understanding, international attitude and bilingual abilities have been a definite asset to her career. Mari is currently working on an IMAX film and running Bonnemaison. She has served on the board of directors for Women in Film & Video, Friends of the Arts Museum of the Americas (The Organization of American States Museum) and the Association of Peruvian-American Women.Mari studied in Santa Barbara, California at Westmont College and UCSB later earning a double major in Journalism/Radio, Television and Film at Maryland University.
|Brooks has excelled for two decades as a highly skilled production executive and accomplished voice-over talent. His managerial strengths, technical proficiency and creative vision have been the basis for an impressive array of domestic and international productions. From air and underwater expeditions, to the Moche Indian pyramids of Peru, Brooks has covered the earth and sky to capture the images and stories of the world we live in — places, creatures and people from all walks of life. From senior editor to executive producer, he has executed all facets of production for a broad range of programming, including feature film, documentary, television, live production, digital multimedia, and commercials. Brooks consistently delivers high-quality, cutting-edge products on time and on budget. His success relies on intricate production knowledge, developing and collaborating with strong personnel teams, and supervision, from conception to completion. Brooks can also be heard as a narrator on the Discovery Channel, National Geographic, etc.
|Dave joined the Bonnemaison team in May of 2010, bringing with him several years of experience in the field. He is a graduate of Stevenson University. At Bonnemaison, he has been an integral member of the team from concept to delivery. To mention of few of the projects he has worked on: “The Underground Wars” for The Science Channel, various projects for Walden University, Odyssey Networks, Johns Hopkins Medical Institute and the documentary Bach & Friends which featured musicians such as Joshua Bell, Bobby McFerrin and more. Dave is creative, organized, resourceful and always ready to bring any project to life.
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