Noah is an American director living in Brooklyn, New York. When he looked through the viewfinder of his parents RCA CPR-300 VHS camera at age 10, his future was set.
Noah has made a name for himself creating epic emotional stories in a global ad space that requires heightened entertainment and inspiration. One idea simple, another idea conceptual. He shoots intuitively, with a relentless eye for detail. Yes, Noah understands narrative. He is also a visual stylist.
The bulk of this cutting edge work is more than just promoting leading high technology brands and professional sports services and product - the eclectic through lines of continuity and connection are energetic mediations on the human condition and human experience ; capturing beautiful sublime moments of fragility and strength.
These carefully curated moments are also narratives of struggle, will and determination - providing an exclusive glimpse into the challenge of progress and the journey of victory; documenting excellence in achievement which reflects both the luxury brands themselves and blue chip world class athletes that promote them.
Through innovation and pushing the technical boundaries of lens, lighting and design - Noah creates and sets a “mirror tone" for the characters, subject matter, plot and narrative; investing the technical process itself within a natural and organic vessel and delivering a balanced cinematic story.
At the crossroads of Art and Commerce - through the scope of shared personal experience ; through transformative identities and through catharsis itself - for as many layers there are which lend legitimacy and a rich depth of reality to his work there are just as many access points from which to appreciate the work - Noah invites the audience to look beyond the mundane and banal and to identify with and share these magic moments that are all around us; in turn , we see the potential of our shared personal and communal journey into the future unified with hope and prosperity and progress - and in the end this body of work poses a serious question to the establishment and status quo: "is it enough to just reference the word “film” in a deck, treatment or script - when a director like Noah Conopask takes average expectations of commercials and elevates them into groundbreaking, visionary films.”
He's directed professional athletes and celebrities the world over, he rides a Royal Enfield Bullet 500 through the Himalayas for charity and Noah looks like a Viking; but don’t let that fool you, he's a very nice guy.