Director | Editor | Photographer | Producer | Writer
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 the Director for Bluefoot Original Series’ “TrueSouth” and “Backstory w/ Don Van Natta.” He is fortunate to have 22 National Sports Emmy® wins with over four dozen nominations~ including four Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Journalism. 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 “We are Baseball”, 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 Journalism Award.
Additionally he has 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 8 most watched telecasts in cable broadcast history, the College Football National Championship on ESPN.
Dave began his editing career in Boston over 15 years ago. In that time he edited everything from promos and corporate communications to broadcast sports and reality/lifestyle television.
Through an unlikely series of events Dave left Boston and found himself back in Connecticut, where he attended college. After a quick pit stop in Bristol and one cow valve later, he joined Bluefoot in March 2009.
Dave has received 9 National Sports Emmy® Awards since joining Bluefoot. His first for Outstanding Studio Show – Weekly for College GameDay in 2013, two in 2014, one for Outstanding Studio Show – Weekly for College GameDay and another for Outstanding Long Feature for E:60’s Owen and Haatchi. In 2015 he received two more, one for E:60 “Outstanding Sports Anthology” and another for Outstanding Studio Show – Weekly for College GameDay. 2016 brought another win for Outstanding Studio Show – Weekly for College GameDay. Most recently he received 2 Emmy® Awards in 2017 for Outstanding Studio Show – Weekly for College GameDay and Outstanding Long Feature for E:60’s Fight On.
In addition, Dave edited the 2007 Emmy® nominated “Triumph & Tragedy: The Ray Mancini Story” and has garnered four New York Festival Gold World Medal awards as well as the prestigious United Nations Gold Award.
Outside of his unabashed love of Tom Brady, Dave enjoys listening to music on vinyl while trying to survive the daily insanity created by his two young daughters.
DIrector | Editor | Producer
Growing up in a media-oriented family, television production was a logical step for Daniel. While studying at Providence College, he would regularly join his brother Tim on shoots and in the editing room, gaining valuable production experience.
Fast-forward a decade and Daniel now holds the titles of director and producer but is also an accomplished editor, receiving an Emmy® Award in 2013 for his producing and editing work, while also receiving several nominations in past years for both his direction and post-production work. With a wide range of clients, Daniel prides himself on visual invention and innovative storytelling, regularly working through to the morning hours until he gets his projects looking exactly the way he wants them.
Daniel splits his time between Boston, Massachusetts and West Hartford, Connecticut, regularly making enemies with Patriots fans in both cities as he proudly (and often not so proudly) roots for his Washington Redskins.
Joe began his journey in television in Boston working at the Chedd/Angier Production Company in the late 90’s Shooting, Editing and Coordinating for several PBS series including the Emmy® award winning Scientific American Frontiers.
From there, Joe moved south to Orlando and began his career in sports television working for the Orlando Magic as their Senior Editor, and Feature Producer, responsible for pre-game and halftime features, graphics packages, in-arena entertainment and promotions.
Seven years later, he found himself back in the Northeast working at ESPN on high profile projects including Monday Night Football, FIFA World Cup, NBA, MLB and Golf. While there he received 2 National Sports Emmy® awards among several nominations. He has also been recognized for 2 NYC Film Festival awards.
In 2014 he won his third National Sports Emmy® award and in 2015, his fourth, both for Outstanding Studio Show – Weekly for College GameDay. 2016 brought wins for Outstanding Studio Show – Weekly for College GameDay and Outstanding Trans-Media Sports Coverage – College Football Megacast. Most recently he won his 7th Emmy® award for Outstanding Studio Show – Weekly for College GameDay.
When he’s not editing, you are likely to find Joe on the Disc Golf course, or tending to his garden.
Producer | Writer
Hillary Horgan began her career in television production as an intern for ESPN in 2003. She started working full time for the network after graduating from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in 2005. In 2008, she began working on ESPN’s news magazine show E:60, where she had the privilege to help produce two features that won the National Sports Emmy® Awards for Excellence in Journalism, and another feature that won an Edward R. Murrow Award for Journalism.
In 2013, Hillary began working as a producer for Bluefoot. She has two beautiful boys, Liam and Leighton.
After graduating from Colgate University in 2019, Annie began her career in television on the ESPN Brand Marketing team where she collaborated with ESPN’s award-winning storytelling brands including 30 for 30, ESPN Films, E60, and more.
Annie joined the Bluefoot family in 2022 as the Production Coordinator. She lives in New York City and when she’s not working Annie enjoys traveling, cooking, writing, snow sports, and long walks on the West Side Highway with her Cavalier King Charles, Mackie.
Reilly was adopted by the Horgans in January 2022. She is a German Shepherd Mix rescue from Georgia. Reilly enjoys puppy play dates, snuggling, eating watermelon, chewing on the new couch, destroying her mom’s shoes, playing baseball with her brothers and giving lots of kisses.
Company Mascot | Intern-in-Training
Mia is a Carolina Dog that Tim rescued from Georgia in July 2010 from the Dolly Good Puppy Society. This group has rescued countless dogs from being put to sleep and found them new homes all over the East Coast.
Kaya Monfrez was a fixture in West Hartford, ESPN, and here at Bluefoot. Her passing saddened many people, and the amount of good that was expressed in her name will never be forgotten.
WHAT WE DO
Every project is unique. As are you, your goals, your budget and your timeline.
Success is the result of working with the most talented DPs & crews across the country.
At Bluefoot, we offer the one-stop-shop workflow you crave. Edit, Color, Design & Mix.
Our script writers understand that crafting the perfect message makes the most impact.
Field Production is hectic, and your message can be lost in chaos… Trust
A bad graphic look will ruin a once promising production. You can’t
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