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Eyekiss Films is a full-service production house, specializing in creative concepts, direction, scripting, cinematography and editing. Started in 2001 by director David Edmond Moore, Eyekiss became known quickly for its ability to work in many different styles – commercials, industrials, narrative, and documentary  – and budgets, while still providing the same level of quality and service to each client.

The Eyekiss client list includes such notable companies as Honda, Georgia Pacific, HP, Grey Global, GCI PR, Applebee’s Bar & Grill, Moxie Interactive, LBi agency, Cartoon Network, TomTom GPS, AT&T, Pebble Beach, Glenfiddich Distillery, KPMG, United Way and many, many more.

Eyekiss has won numerous Telly Awards, and has been featured in a variety of media, including AOL, URB, SPIKE TV, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Good Day Atlanta, Outside Magazine, Fader, DJ Times, Good Housekeeping, Parenting, Creative Loafing and more.

Through Eyekiss, David Edmond Moore has contributed much to the Southeast film scene, including helping develop Dailies, an indie-film event and workshop, and co-curating the Under the Influence film event at Eyedrum gallery. Moore has also been a frequent contributor to the Atlanta Film Fest as an artist, panelist and ambassador. Moore’s documentary, The Language of Limbs, has toured throughout the Southeast as part of the Short Circuit Film Festival, and his short narrative, Man of Action, won “Best of the Fest” at the AFF.

Today, Eyekiss and David Edmond Moore are busy creating a new studio space in Grant Park, Atlanta. This space will be a hybrid film-production office and art-event space, featuring other prominent artist in the Southeast and....occasionally, around the world.