Timothy Horgan founded Bluefoot Entertainment Inc. in November 2003 quickly becoming one of the most talented and technically powerful Post Production houses in the Northeast.
Tim is fortunate to have eighteen National Sports Emmy® wins with over two dozen nominations~ including three Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Journalism, one in 2009, one in 2012, and most recently in 2013. Two of which he shares with his wife Hillary Horgan, mother of their sons Liam and Leighton. One of Tim’s Outstanding Long Feature Emmy® Awards was for his work on “The Man in the Red Bandanna ~ Welles Crowther.” And in 2015 Tim won the prestigious RFK International Award for Journalism for E:60’s “Qatar’s World Cup” which exposed the migrant worker crisis taking place in Qatar.
A member of the 40 under 40 club, in 2016 he directed an IMAX film in collaboration with MLB and The National Baseball Hall of Fame. Tim has also won multiple Edward R. Murrow awards and the Sigma Delta Chi Award for Journalism, The Lone Star Emmy®, over two dozen New York Festival Awards, including two Gold World Medals for Editing, and the prestigious United Nations DPI Award.
Additionally he has won 3 Eclipse Awards for his work on ESPN’s Horse Racing series, 2 National Gracie Awards for his work on Women in Sports, and the NAMIC Vision Award for his contributions to Multi-Ethnicity in Communications.
Horgan has produced countless Open Sequences, Creative Look Campaigns, Long and Short-form Features, Trailers, you name it. He also has the exclusive honor of directing all of the Opens for the 7 most watched telecasts in cable broadcast history. The College Football National Championship on ESPN.