Saad Moosajee is an artist and director based in Brooklyn, working across many genres to explore new forms of visual storytelling. He crafts dreamlike worlds characterized by intricate and emotional images. His work adopts a multidisciplinary approach – drawing on his background in animation, design, and visual effects. Interested in the aesthetics of old and new, he aims to create work that evokes feelings of past, present and future.
His work has featured for clients including Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Mitski, The New York Times, and Google. He has screened and exhibited at The Hammer Museum, Sharjah Museum of Contemporary Art, and Museum of Moving Image, in addition to being awarded by the likes of SXSW, Forbes, D&AD, and The Art Directors Club.
He graduated from and taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, and is currently an adjunct teacher at the School of Visual Arts.