Ian Moubayed is a talented young filmmaker, still developing his unique visual style. He has had his hand in both documentary and narrative filmmaking.
In the spring of 2012 he graduated from Denison University and received his Bachelors Degree with a concentration in Cinema and Spanish. During his time there he was awarded of the Summer Scholar Grant twice. Moubayed received the grant to produce two short films: A Familiar Stranger and No Place Like Home.
Moubayed also had the fortunate opportunity to study four months in Buenos Aires, Argentina. There he wrote and directed his first documentary Paredes Robadas (Stolen Walls): a film documenting the controversial issue of ownership in the world of street art. The film featured some of the most well known street artist in the world and was well received upon its exhibition. Documentary filmmaking was a refreshing new experience that gave him insight to a new territory of filmmaking.
Moubayed currently lives in New York City, continuing to work on new projects. Ian believes that the only limits are the ones we impose on ourselves and that failure is the mother of success.