What began as an outlet for innovative filmmaking and collaboration, Digital Cave has flourished into a story forward and award winning creative media house. We live and work by the same principles that formed the company 10 years ago: engage, collaborate, innovate, and invoke emotion. Simple principles we’ve learned to integrate into every frame the story we are telling.
Between collaborating with creative directors to bring their vision to life, or working directly with brands to form engaging content, Digital Cave operates outside the normal production company paradigm to achieve innovative visuals and content.
We have won some awards. They are sitting on a shelf somewhere collecting dust.
Matt developed his aesthetic, surrounded by nature, in a small coastal town in Maine. His early years were mainly spent outdoors, but photography and the moving image always intrigued him. Through the randomness of life, he found his way to Baltimore, MD where he further developed his love of filmmaking, and immersed himself within a great collection of artists.
Matt loves the use of color to provoke emotional responses from his audience, and combining physical and digital effects in innovative ways. Understanding the need for abstraction from the absolute, Matt constantly finds ways to bend reality and create the surreal.
Nick is the 2014 New York Food Filmmaker of the Year for his feature documentary, “Brewmore”. His upcoming documentary about winemaking in the Napa Valley intimately displays the importance that both land and winemaker have on creating the perfect wine. Forever a collaborator, Nick enjoys working with brands seeking a greater meaning.
Growing up in Maryland, Nick studied mass communication at Stevenson University. Interested in film production, he continued studying at NYFA, London. His thoughtful approach to editing is sparked by the human condition.
Nick enjoys learning about history and reading non-fiction subjects. When he finds the time, he enjoys brewing beer (all- grain), adventuring around the world with his wife, Maura, and watching baseball with friends.