Moore is a contemporary artist based in Queens, New York. His conceptual practice utilizes a variety of media, from photography and video to computer-based networks. His recent work investigates historical and material aspects of imaging technologies. He has exhibited work in venues such as Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel; Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; MH Project, NY, NY; The NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY; Arebyte, London, England; The New Museum, NY, NY; and is found in such collections as The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art at Cornell.

In 2014 Moore began creating an archive of 24-hour time-lapse recordings of unsecured webcams focused primarily on non-human animals. For his project at IEA, he used images from this archive to create woodblock prints, focusing on images from the archive that were taken at night and often very ambiguous. Moore is interested in putting older forms of image production in conversation with newer forms as a way of talking about time and history of a given set of mediums and practices.