SALT LAKE CITY, May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Super Top Secret ( http://www.wearetopsecret.com), a digital advertising agency in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, is proud to announce the addition of new partner Chris Moore and the launch of STS Studios, STS's most recent expansion and venture into the film and TV industry. "I'm excited to be joining such a talented and high powered creative team," Chris Moore, Partner and Senior Vice President of Production for STS Studios. "I'm really looking forward to leading the STS Studios' charge into new avenues of business in film, television, and branded media production." With a twenty-year career in film, television, and commercial productions across the globe, Chris brings an impressive resume to the STS team. His experience covers large-scale studio film productions such as Apollo 13 and Waterworld to smaller independent projects such as El Superstar and Something Like A Business. In addition to his producing experience on theatrical based projects, Chris also has extensive experience developing and producing high profile TV shows like Kings of Crash—which is currently airing on Discovery Network—and past series such as Shark Wranglers, Training For the Apocalypse, and Shark Men for the History and National Geographic Channels. Chris is a member of the Director's Guild of America. "Chris's experience and expertise has already proven to be an invaluable compliment to our advertising, design, and interactive departments," says Ryan Martindale, Executive Creative Director at STS. "We're constantly creating content for every imaginable medium for our clients, and with the addition of STS Studios, we can finally bring all our production in-house. We're excited about expanding into film and TV development and already have a new line up of shows in the pipeline. It's a big day at STS." Pictures of the STS space can be viewed athttp://wearetopsecret.com/about/. The proposed 14,000 square-foot building that will house STS Studios is part of old film row and used to serve as studio space for the likes of MGM, Paramount and RKO back in the 1930s. It's the perfect spot to house the new venture.