Marcus Ricci is a filmmaker, musician and storyteller with experience in documentary film and TV, independent narrative, branded advertising, politics, theater and everything in between. His first documentary feature, "The 2012 Project," debuted at NewFilmmakers NYC in 2013, and "Bastards of Young," a feature doc he co-directed with Rakesh Baruah, premiered at the 2017 Seattle South Asian International Documentary Festival. Previous credits include HBO's "Marina Abramovic The Artist is Present", Insider Studios at Business Insider, Obama For America, "Fuse News", Zillow Group, Nat Geo's "American Weed", and the PBS documentary series "Circus". He writes, records and performs music as The Baby Train, and his music/scoring work has been featured on PBS, Etsy, Men in Blazers, Fluke, Daily Candy, and in numerous independent films and shorts. Marcus lives in Seattle, WA with his wife, producer Soo Kim, sons Julius and Leon, and dog Chivo. Marcus is passionate about telling smart, creative, emotional stories of all shapes and sizes, on all kinds of platforms. He'd love to collaborate with you on your next project (and refrain from further talking about himself in the third person).
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