we are lucky tiger

big vision • bold execution

Lucky Tiger Productions is a boutique film and content production company based in New York City. Our team of passionate and experienced visual storytellers collaborate with top clients ranging from major broadcast and digital networks to world-class brands and internationally renowned museums. Let us tell your next story.
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Lucky Tiger Productions

Meet the team

Founder & Executive Producer

Marc Lesser

Before creating Lucky Tiger Productions in 2010, Marc worked as a producer, director, editor, and director of photography for NBC Universal. He directed episodes of the Emmy award winning series, "The Electric Company" and produced, shot and edited the feature length documentary “Greenlit,” which premiered at SXSW. Recent projects include producing, directing and editing spots for Scary Mommy, JetBlue, American Express, Mattel, The Macallan, and Everyday Health. Marc graduated from Skidmore College and received an M.F.A. in filmmaking from the City College of New York. He is currently based in Brooklyn.
Producer & Editor

Noah Avidan

Noah Avidan is a New York based producer, director, editor and colorist. His first documentary, "In the Field of Dreams" was an official selection for the Miami Independent Film Festival. His follow up film, "Dinner For One" premiered at the Key West International Film Festival and was selected for the Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival. For three years, he has produced and edited countless works at Lucky Tiger Productions, ranging from feature-length documentaries to narrative sketches and branded entertainment. He received a B.A. in English with a focus in film studies and theatre from the University of Florida.
Producer, Director & Writer

Erin Harper

Erin produced her first narrative feature, "My Best Day," which premiered at Sundance, directed international award-winning short doc, "Passion," was cinematographer for Barbara Hammer's latest two award-winning films, "Maya Deren's Sink" and "Welcome to this House" and co-directed the feature documentary "My Wild Heart." Erin currently collaborates with award-winning novelist Greg Hill. Her adaptations of Hill’s work include "Veral," a neo-Gothic short film in post- production. Erin received an M.F.A. in film from CCNY in 2008 and a B.S. in theatre from Northwestern University in 1996.
Cinematographer

Adam Benn

Adam is an award-winning cinematographer. He recently worked as assistant camera on the 2018 Oscar nominated documentary Strong Island. His second feature, My Best Day, premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2012, and his first feature, Somewhere West, won him an award for outstanding cinematography at the Hoboken International Film Festival in 2012. Upon completion of his BFA in film production at the University of Colorado and his MFA from CCNY, Adam joined the local 600 as an assistant cameraman where he assisted Rogier Stoffer ASC, Nancy Schreiber ASC, and the famed Bobby Bukowski.
Cinematographer

HaiTao Wu

HaiTao Wu is an award-winning cinematographer based in New York City, with over ten years of experience in narrative, documentary and digital multimedia content. HaiTao has participated in highly distinguished productions such as the 2018 Sundance Grand Jury Prize-Winning documentary "Three Identical Strangers." His most recent notable project was “Late Life: The Chien-Ming Wang Story,” on which Wu was the director of photography and producer. The film received the Audience Choice Award at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (2018) and Best Overall Feature at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival (2018).
Editor

Andrea Stewart

Andrea has worked as a producer, writer, and director, giving her a holistic understanding of clients desires and challenges, and a better way to communicate in achieving collective goals. She has worked with Lucky Tiger Productions from its inception, ensuring a decade of high-caliber work and client satisfaction. She considers her education in television a never ending story - always learning new skills, new trends, new technologies. Her formal education includes a master's degree from NYU in Educational Communications, the study of how to best convey information knowing how our cognition works.

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