Ian is multi-talented filmmaker and has over a decade of experience producing environmental and social sustainability videos. Ian is an accomplished videographer, editor, musician, recording engineer and sound designer. Ian has worked on feature documentaries, short films, music videos, public service announcements, promos and corporate videos.  

Ian Edward Weir is currently a courteous faculty and post production specialist at The Florida State University College of Motion Picture and Recording Arts. Ian has been teaching documentary editing for the last 14 years and his student’s films have gone on to win student Emmys, Oscars and screen at The Cannes Film Festival. Ian really loves the process of teaching and working with creative people to help take their visions to the next level.

​Ian has a passion for traveling to different biodiverse landscapes around the world and filming nature to help conservation efforts and celebrate the splendor of the natural world.

Ian continues to work on his passion projects, all to the beat of his very own drum.

My video "Make America Again" was selected and screened at multiple film festivals in 2020-2021. 

I was post sound recordist and provided footage for "Invisible History: Middle Florida’s Hidden Roots", which played nationally on PBS in 2021.


I was cinematographer for "Daring Women Doctors: Physicians in the 19th Century", which played nationally on PBS in 2020.

My nature music video "A Light Skip into Flight" was selected and screened at multiple film festivals in 2015. 

I was cinematographer and editor on "Bus Ride Zero", which award for outstanding Public Service Announcement at BEA 2015. 

I wrote, directed and edited "Imagine Green", which won best Public Service Announcement at BEA 2010. 

I was cinematographer and editor on "Abe", which won a student Emmy in 2007