EMMY nominated Producer PJ Moynihan graduated from Columbia University in 2002, and founded Digital Eyes Film in 2003.
Moynihan’s first documentary, Fight Town: Sport and the Growth of an Urban Community (2004), was nominated for a Massachusetts Historical Preservation Award, and broadcast on PBS. Eye on the Dream (2007), a privately financed ten-part documentary about amateur baseball, was sponsored by Verizon and broadcast nationally during 2007-08 on Comcast Sports Networks to critical acclaim.
During 2009 Moynihan helped Produce Cobb Field: A Day at the Ballpark, which won three mid-America EMMY awards, and premiered on Major League Baseball Network. In 2010, Moynihan co-founded Reel Hardball, a sales and distribution company for independently produced sports films, which has formed partnerships with elite companies including: Major League Baseball Network, Fox Sports Network, MLB Advanced Media, and multiple corporate sponsors.
Currently, Moynihan is entering distribution with a feature-length narrative documentary he Produced and Co-Directed entitled Salmonboy which tells the story of a family’s transformative journey through the passing of their first born son. Additionally, he is developing his first scripted feature, entitled Have Glove, Will Travel – a story based on iconic former major league baseball player Bill “Spaceman” Lee.
Moynihan has spent the last several years producing content for a range of progressive mental health clients, including but not specific to: Freedom Center, The Massachusetts Recovery Learning Communities (RLCs), The Transformation Center, the Department of Public Health, and the Western Massachusetts Training Consortium, where he serves as a board member.