Hailing from the great state of Washington, Chris is an App Developer, Director, Director of Photography, and Editor with more than fifteen years of experience. In addition to his large body of corporate and commercial work, Chris has shot and edited two feature length films: I AM and Heart of the Country, both distributed by 20th Century Fox. Recently, Chris has directed commercials for Cabela’s and Jersey College with his production company Colormatics.
Chris’ proudest work to date is his development of the app Givsee, designed to make donating to a non-profit and supporting causes more enjoyable and effortless. Givsee, founded in 2012 by Chris Marcus, Aaron Breeden, and Todd Hughes, removes barriers to giving and connects donors to nonprofits.
With vision and precision as his guidelines, and a universal likability to his style, Chris has also been commissioned to create, market and brand global products. His success can be seen in his work with Mariners Church in California and Liquid, a DVD-based series designed for small bible study groups. His visual talent has taken him around the globe, and his influence has also been felt in Ethiopia, South Korea and Malawi.
Chris Marcus is a business owner, a developer, a crew member, and an innovator.
Outside of work, Chris appreciates fine automobiles and spends time with his wife Christina and daughter Emiliana in Brooklyn, NY.
20th Century Fox, Marvel, Harley-Davidson, Belvedere Vodka, Nivea, Cabela’s, BCBG, LiveStream, Katharine McPhee, Mary J. Blige, The Empire State Building, Geneva Watches, Epson, Thomas Nelson, Mariners Church, CA, Saddleback Church, CA, Renaissance Church, NJ, South Hills Church, CA, and Eastside Church, CA
(2012) “Heart of the Country” • One million dollar budget (In post-production) Director of Photography • Editor
(2010) “I AM”, Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Director of Photography • Post Production • Producer