Whether from behind a monitor, or clutching the camera himself, Duffy's approach to storytelling is an intimate and visual affair. He's brought his fresh and dynamic aesthetic to Levi's for ESPN Football, Citi for the Olympics, and to Kiehl's for a motorcycle ride across 1800 miles of Americana. Duffy dives into directing headfirst in order to conceptualize clients' and brands' belief systems. He infiltrates crowds in order to showcase the emotions of attending a festival. He removes crew and works with actors alone in a room to create intimacy. He crafts storylines so that an audience can connect to a sentiment and ultimately evoke an opinion. These commercial spots, webisodes, music videos, short films, and documentaries have been festival-nominated,
award-winning, community-showcased, celebrity-blogged, classroom-professed, and
Most recently he’s worked with Lego, ESPN, Verizon, Netflix, Adidas, Anheuser-Busch, Google, Sony Music, and Pandora. He served as Assoc. Producer on the feature drama-comedy "Mow Crew" in 2009. As Director, his short "La Prochaine Fois" from 2012 won domestic and international awards. His short documentary "It's A Big Deal" was featured at the first FOODABLE film festival in Chicago 2016. "Brooklyn Basketball" is his first full-length feature documentary showcasing at both the NYC and Coney Island film festivals. His latest short film “Sunday Shots” showcased at multiple east coast festivals and is currently available for all to see.
Born and raised in Miami, FL
College educated in the great state of Alabama
“Home” is a seasonal migration between NYC and Miami
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