Personal. Creative. Innovative.
Moodus Media is a Digital Marketing Agency based in the mountains of North East Pennsylvania.
Tim & Tracy Robinson started Moodus Media to be a marketing partner, to come alongside businesses to find simple solutions to their complex problems.
While we call our small Falls, PA farmhouse home, our clients come from all walks of life from all over the world.
We build a close, personal relationship with each one. Just because we’re small, don’t think we don’t get big results for our clients.
Tim Edwin Robinson
Tim loves being a digital concierge, offering simple management solutions to business owners. Tim Edwin has decades of professional experience as a TV News Producer, videographer, photographer, digital media director, social media, and marketing manager in medical manufacturing, education, and non-profit management.
Jer Tobin is Moodus Media’s Editor & Cinematographer. He started out as an actor in many indie films, but wanted to get behind the camera and co-founded his own production company in 2013. Jeremy has since helped bring many projects to life including feature films and served in various production roles including lead and assistant editor, director, colorist, and cinematographer.
Tracy Ellen Robinson
Tracy Robinson loves helping people. With a degree in Social Work and years of experience as a building manager, Tracy has helped us as co-owner. While she has the inside track (married to Tim for nearly 16 years) she keeps the business moving, clients on track, and the team together to work towards our goals.
Emily is the Graphic Designer for Moodus living in SWFL. Emily studied Graphic and Interactive Design at West Chester University PA and graduated in May of 2018. Emily Started with Moodus Media in the Fall of 2018. During her free time she enjoys going to the beach, hand-lettering, collecting sharks teeth, and hiking. You can see more of Emily’s work at EmilyRandallStudios.com
WHY MOODUS??? MOOD US? MO-DUST?
<“Moo-Dus”> Moodus, Connecticut is a town with a history and namesake of the Seismologists term “Moodus Noises.” Prior to its purchase by English settlers in 1662, the area around Moodus was inhabited by Native Americans. They called the area "Matchetmadosett", the place of noises because of numerous earthquakes that were recorded between 1638 and 1899. Loud rumblings or the “Moodus Noises,” could be heard for miles surrounding the epicenter of the quakes. To this day, the sounds earthquakes make are often refereed to as “Moodus Noises.” It’s to this effect, Moodus Media strives to produce content that creates a seismic shift in audience impression.