Margaux Moores-Tanvier is a documentary producer and reporter with a focus on covering human-centered investigative stories from around the globe. She is currently an Associate Producer at A+E Networks in New York, where she helps the A+E Originals team create a rapidly-expanding slate of documentary series and features for the network.
From her work on projects for A&E, Netflix, HBO, HISTORY, and Lifetime, she understands the complexity and teamwork that goes into producing premium nonfiction content. She strives to cover corruption, crime, and civil rights abuses topics in a compelling cinematic way that also provides an engaging, truthful narrative for viewers.
Prior to her time at A+E, Margaux has worked as director or producer on over 30 short films, documentaries, music videos, covered live events, and shot editorial photoshoots. A camera enthusiast from an early age, she looks out for technological innovations in the field, and never loses touch with international news. Born and raised in Nice, France, Margaux was parachuted into the American way of life when she joined UCLA. She was an honor student by the time she graduated with a Bachelor in Political Science and Minor in Film & Television, and she later moved across the country to secure a Master in Journalism at Columbia University.