Director Matt Dilmore has a hunger for all things creative, evidenced by the wit and versatility of his ever-expanding portfolio. Hailing from Pittsburgh, Matt holds a BFA from Ohio University.
Matt has helmed memorably offbeat campaigns for clients including Got Milk?, Guinness, Red Stripe, Pepsi, Foot Locker, Dish Network, Stella Artois, Dr. Marten’s, Major League Soccer, and more. His independent holiday-themed shorts co-created with Tom Kuntz – Santasm, Warmandfuzzyfeeling, and Itstoastyinhere – quickly went viral. Matt has also directed music videos for bands like The Black Lips, CSS, and Black Moth Super Rainbow, and published a limited edition book of rare and out-of-print film stills for New York-based creative studio Partners & Spade. His online radio show, Pussyfoot, has a cult following that regularly tunes in to hear interviews with innovative artists and musicians, and profiles of off-the-beaten-path destinations.
Matt most recently directed the documentary short The Great Imposter as part of ESPN’s award-winning “30-for-30” series, telling the story of Detroit salesman Barry Breman, who gained notoriety in the 1980s for successfully posing as an athlete at over twenty major professional sporting events.