Chris Morocco was born and raised in the Bay Area, CA. He began his journey as a filmmaker at the age of 8 years old, filming behind the scenes footage of his pyro-technician father on professional TV and Film sets. In high school, Chris started to assist his father with aerial firework displays, such as 4th of July firework shows, and the San Francisco tree lighting ceremony. He also began to create short films for school assignments, and started to become familiar with recording audio in Pro Tools, and producing music.

Graduating Summa Cum Laude from St. Mary’s College High School, Chris went on to San Francisco State University to pursue audio/video Production, and obtained a BA in Radio & TV Production. While completing his undergraduate degree, Chris started his own multimedia company called Movements in Media. Shortly after, Chris co-produced his first music video with his friend, Ryan Coogler. This shifted his focus to music video production, because it fused his passion of music and video. After graduating from SF State, and while still running Movements in Media, he also acted as the Technical Director, and Lighting Designer, at El Cerrito High School Performing Arts Theater. While cranking out music videos for local musicians, Chris began to acquire clients in Southern California, and each project began to look and feel more like a film with a story. In an effort to learn more about film, and movie production, Chris applied to graduate school for cinema at the University Of Southern California, and was accepted.

Chris spent three years dedicating his education to Film and TV production, focusing his efforts on production sound recording, sound editing and post production sound mixing. Chris graduated, Cum Laude, with his MFA from USC in the spring of 2016, and began working independently on both fiction and non-fiction films.

Post-graduation, Chris is currently working full time recording, editing, and mixing sound for movies, as well as music.