Christopher Seufert

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Christopher Seufert

Christopher Seufert (born 1967) is a documentary film producer and director, and photographer based in Chatham, Massachusetts. His production company is Mooncusser Films.

His film work has appeared on the Discovery Channel, the History Channel, PBS, and Twin Cities Public Television. He is most known for his award-winning educational film series about the Cape Cod dayboat fishing industry in New England. His works Direct Cinema documentaries with alterna-folk musician Suzanne Vega, the late writer/illustrator Edward Gorey, and filmmaker Albert Maysles as their subjects are yet to be completed. He also directed yet to be released music videos for David Ryan of the Lemonheads and musician Chris Trapper of the Push Stars.

His photography is self-published in 6 hard cover photography books including his most recent, The Cape Cod National Seashore: A Photographic Adventure and Guide (Schiffer, 2012) and Cape Cod & the Islands Reflections (Schiffer, 2010).

He received his BA in English from Trinity College and his MA in Anthropology from California State University, East Bay. According to his interview with NewEnglandFilm.com his academic background was as a journalist and archaeologist and he split his time among these disciplines until the mid-90s when he dedicated himself full-time to documentary production.

According to IMDB Seufert also directed actress Julie Harris as voice talent in five documentary projects and directed CBS journalist Walter Cronkite in a 2005 documentary about the early wireless stations of radio pioneer Guglielmo Marconi. As Cronkite's last project it was winner of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Gold Star Award. According to a Czech website, in 2014 he is in-progress with a documentary portrait of direct-cinema director Albert Maysles.

He has also noted for creating original natural environment recordings through the use of binaural recording techniques with the Neumann KU-100 head microphone. He's produced an international world soundscapes series and also a 12-part series of Cape Cod recordings that are published at iTunes where there is also a free podcast.

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