In his paintings, sculptures, and neon works, he examine masculine psyche through visualizing notions of spectacle by presenting various views, languages, and time periods. 

His recent works, Moroder investigates traditions, symbols, and archetypes that relate to what millions term “The Beautiful Game.” From the role of loyal fans, to an official player’s behavior in and around the stadium, all related participants shape and cultivate a broader identity – they affect culture and the vernacular of a team’s city, creating social patrimony, by proxy. Specifically, Moroder’s work studies how certain elements of European football culture, such as English and Italian versions, which carry long-standing traditions passed through generations, lend to the development of personal taxonomy, and ultimately, male identity.