Charlie Hoxie is a filmmaker and editor based in Brooklyn. Originally from Evanston, IL, he studied geology at Amherst College before moving to New York in 2006 to pursue filmmaking. After various stints booking flights and carrying equipment for other media makers, he went to NYU for a MA in journalism, specializing in News & Documentary. His thesis documentary, a 22-minute look at the Passive House method of energy-efficient building, screened at architecture and environmental film festivals around the world, and eventually aired on NYC-TV. After NYU, he was hired as a staff producer for BRIC TV, a non-profit media company in Brooklyn, and subsequently earned three New York Emmy nominations and a New York Emmy award for profiles of Brooklyn artists.

He is currently developing Frameworks, a series of in-depth documentary shorts of varying lengths examining extraordinary New York characters, and soon entering post-production on a feature documentary about the author, space travel advocate, PR guru, and chronic fatigue syndrome survivor Howard Bloom. In 2016, Hoxie edited the short film Hairat, directed by Jessica Beshir, which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.