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Moonpix is an independent documentary production company founded by Michael Albright in 2006. In conjunction with his educational non-profit, Project Moonshine, Albright also started Moonpix for his own projects, which include video portraits of Luke Temple, Vetiver and Whale Fall as well as documentaries and television productions.  Albright has also collaborated with former students from Project Moonshine, including, Nathan Lower and Ben Kolton to document live performances from Andrew Bird and Fleet Foxes.

About Us
Project Moonshine is a non-profit organization designed to teach filmmaking skills to students by providing opportunities to document important events happening in their community. Started in 2006, Project Moonshine has made documentaries on a variety of subjects including, Sonic Youth, Califone, Tour de Nez, Artown, Nevada Beekeepers, Orchestra Baobab and Dada Motel. Although Project Moonshine is not exclusively based in Reno, Nevada, most of our projects focus on events happening in Northern Nevada. Over the years, Project Moonshine has flourished as an arts organization that combines a fresh approach to education, documentary production and civic engagement.