Arthur Gorson is a native of New York, where he established a career in music, film and concert production. His photographic work with musical artists is widely known, (his photos of Bob Marley were featured in Kevin Macdonald's recent feature "Marley"). He was lured to Los Angeles to take a position as producer for Dreamstreet, Inc., with offices at Universal and Paramount Studios. He developed feature film projects with Tony Scott, Taylor Hackford and  Colin Bucksey (Emmy winner for best director).

Among his feature film credits as producer are: “Cronos” by Oscar winning director Guellermo Del Toro; “Better Watch Out” by Monte Hellman; and “Cabeza de Vaca” by Nicolas Echevarria. He received an Executive Producer credit on Timur Bekmambetov’s landmark fantasy film “Night Watch"; Executive Producer credit on "The Harder They Come" director Perry Henzell’s recently completed feature “No Place Like Home"; and consulting producer credit on Monte Hellman's "Road to Nowhere" (winner Golden Lion for Mr Hellman's body of work at the Venice Film Festval).  The short film "Roots of Reggae," a tribute to the great Ernest Ranglin, produced by Gorson and Wayne Jobson, had its US premiere at the Palm Beach Film Festival. The documentary "A Filmmaker's Odyssey" (produced and directed by Gorson and David Garonzik) had it's US premiere at the 2016 Santa Barbara Film Festival.  Mr. Gorson currently has several feature projects in advanced development including: "Curse of the Golden Idol" written by Dickie Jobson ("Countryman")  and Michael Thomas ("The 33" "The Devil's Double", "Scandal", "The Hunger", "Backbeat", "Ladyhawke", "B. Monkey", etc.) for production on locations in Jamaica and London. Television projects in development include: "Wild Side of Paradise" and "High and Outside."

Adding short-form production to his portfolio, Mr. Gorson enjoyed the fast pace, rapid gratification, and creative demands of Commercials ( at first teaming with Academy Award winning cinematographer Guillermo Navarro.) High-end rock videos were soon to follow.  An eye for talent resulted in production work with gifted young directors. A lucky meeting with director Dean Karr led to Marilyn Manson’s “Sweet Dreams” and an ongoing run of challenging and cutting edge videos.  After production stints at RSA (Ridley Scott and Associates) and A Band Apart, he became a founding partner and producer at The Mine, LLC, (2000 – until mid-2006) where he supervised broadcast commercial, music video, and film production. Mr.Gorson is currently (2006 - present) Head of Production at Wild Indigo, LLC. He also serves as West Coast Executive Producer for N.Y. based Harpoon Pictures (2013 - present.)

Recent commercial clients have included: Busch Gardens "Howl O Scream 2018"; Century 21 (2017), SEC "Fraudster" (2017), Nevada Energy (2017), AARP "Tia", Father or the Bride", Starbucks "Our Place or Yours", Turtle Beach "Vanquished Foes",  Athos "Launch", California Lottery, LG Nitro Phones, Trident Gum, Best Buy, Gatorade, Busch Gardens, Veet, The Palms Hotels (Las Vegas), Universal Studios (x7), Coke Zero, EverCare, Doritos, Mazda Cars, Bock Beer, Cisco Systems, Soft n Dry, Woolrich, Cutty Sark, St. Martin’s Press, Smart Cars/ Smart Madness, Xperio Lenses, and Seaworld Entertainment.  Productions in distant locations have included: Peru, Mexico, Jamaica, Copan Honduras, Venezuela, Argentina, Trinidad, Prague, Chile, London, South Australia, and extensive work thoughout the U.S.A. Working with directors such as: Zack Snyder, Patricia Riggen, Dean Karr, Alejandro Toledo, Jonathan David and Anton Josef.

He has produced Music Videos for artists such as: Korn, Lisa Marie Presley, Evanescence, Velvet Revolver, Damian and Stephan Marley, Willy Nelson, Daughtry, The Dave Matthews Band, 3 Doors Down, Marilyn Manson, Stevie Nicks, Ozzy Osbourne, Shooter Jennings, Tommy Lee, Dr. Dre, Iron Maiden, X Japan, and Cypress Hill.  He was a producer on the epic 2015 video, "Infinite Love", for AR Rahman (who won an Oscar for music "Slumdog Millionaire,") that was shot around the world, and directed by Paul Boyd for Dave Stewart's Weapons of Mass Entertainment Productions. Videos produced with director Dean Karr have (as of Spring, 2018) passed 420 Million combined views on YouTube.

His work has received international recognition, including: 2015 Silver Telly Award; Cannes Int'l Film Festival - Gold, Semaine de la Critique; MuchMusic Award (Canada) for “Video of the Year”; Saturn Award; Ariel de Oro;  MTV Awards; Billboard Awards; MVPA Awards; MTV Europe; Kodak Music Award. He is the recipient of multiple RIAA gold and platinum awards, as well as the BVA (British Video Association) award for DVD sales.

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