Tucker is an Emmy Award-winning documentary director. His background in photojournalism provides him with a unique cinematic vision centered on authenticity. His ability to work intimately with his subjects builds their trust, giving them the comfort to open up on camera. Tucker’s vivid imagery and dynamic edits bring viewers on a visceral and emotional journey, allowing them to experience life through the eyes of his subjects.

In 2019, Tucker won an Emmy Award for “Treatment Box” with the Truth Initiative which brings viewers face-to-face with a real life opioid detox in front of a live audience.

In 2018, Tucker collected over 80+ awards for another project tackling the opioid crisis with the National Safety Council, including six Cannes Lions, two AICP Next Awards, four D&AD Pencils, and eight Cubes at the ADC Awards.

He has directed films for many of the most iconic brands and collaborated with some of the world’s leading thinkers and doers, including former Vice President Al Gore, supermodel Karlie Kloss, CEO & actress Jessica Alba, and soccer superstar Lionel Messi. 


Before joining the director roster at m ss ng p eces, Tucker worked with the award-winning team at MediaStorm, editing content for "A Darkness Visible: Afghanistan", which was nominated for an Emmy. Prior to that, he was the Senior Multimedia Editor for NPR’s InternEdition. Tucker has also shot and produced over 30 films for The Washington Post. He earned his BFA in Photojournalism from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, D.C.