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    Claudia E.

    Berkeley, CA, USA

    $800 - $1500 / Day

    Top Services

    • Series Producer / Show Runner
    • Video Editor - Documentary
    • Documentary DP

    About Claudia E.

    I am Claudia Escobar and I like creating and following stories, making things and trying to find where reality meets magic. I am the director of the documentary Dear Homeland, produced by KQED. Currently I am producing a series with AJ+ Español about decolonization in Latin America together with it’s creator Paula Daibert, and In the past years I had been focused on making short documentary and experimental works about Bay Area artists and culture makers for KQED Arts. With the work I did with the arts team I had been nominated for three local Emmy's and I had won one, I had also won a Webby for the series I co-created together with Kelly Whalen, If Cities Could Dance. Before joining KQED, I directed, produced and edited short fiction films, fashion videos, stop motion animations, as well as non-fiction journalism work for AJ+, Common Sense Media, National Geographic, Mission Local, NBC’s former The Feast, and was the editor for the feature documentary “In The Red." directed bu Mimi Chakarova. Some of the indie films I had been part of, have screened all over the world, with the documentary “La Bicicleta Vieja" premiering at San Francisco International Latino Film Festival; "Antonio's Closet" screening at Miami International Fashion Film Festival, and "Mercado de Lagrimas," at Bokeh South Africa International Fashion Film Festival, and the La Jolla International Fashion Festival.

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    Lakshmi S.

    Berkeley, CA, USA

    $400 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Senior Producer / Project Manager
    • Reporter / Journalist
    • Series Producer / Show Runner

    About Lakshmi S.

    Born and raised in California, Lakshmi is an educator and journalist with a focus on South Asia, gender, race and the arts. Over the past few years she has worked with newspapers, radio and magazines from Gaborone, Botswana to Los Angeles, California. She has written and produced for various audiences, including Mic, Global Voices, Al Jazeera Online, AJ+, Fusion, the New York Times and KQED. Lakshmi is a graduate of Pitzer College and the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

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    Morgana W.

    Seattle, WA, USA

    $1000 - $1200 / Day

    Top Services

    • Documentary DP
    • Video Editor - News
    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist

    About Morgana W.

    Morgana Wingard is a producer, photographer, videographer, and the founder of Namuh Media — a woman-owned production company that produces authentic films about social issues with local, diverse talent around the world. Her clients include UNICEF, CARE, USAID, and Michelle Obama’s Girls Opportunity Alliance. Prior to founding Namuh Media, she worked for Dentsu Aegis, the ONE Campaign, McCann Worldgroup, and Annie Leibovitz. She documented the Ebola outbreak throughout 2014. Then, she produced a documentary film series about the Covid-19 pandemic from 2020 - 2022. Watch her reel here: http://www.morganawingard.com Checkout her latest documentary film series on Covid-19 here: https://thesurvivordiaries.com

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    Cynthia P.

    Portland, OR, USA

    $350 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Senior Producer / Project Manager
    • Field Producer
    • Series Producer / Show Runner

    About Cynthia P.

    Through an extensive career in international film ; and television, I have been fortunate to combine my love for storytelling with her passion for discovering the world. I have traveled to nearly 70 countries, producing in more than 40 as well as working extensively throughout the United States. I work independently, in the studio system, on feature films, documentaries, as well as network & cable programming; from development through to delivery. My experience in the field and post, conducting interviews, directing, as well as shooting, has culminated in hundreds of hours of non- fiction programming for ABC, AMC, CBS, NBC, A&E, Animal Planet, Audience Network, DIRECTV, Discovery, Discovery Asia, History, and the Paramount Network. I broke into the world of television at The Amazing Race, where I spent seven seasons. During that time, I worked across six continents and 18 countries. Along the way, I earned two Emmy awards. Some of my other credits include Religion of Sports, Ice Cold Gold, Ax Men, The Colony, BullRun, Kid Nation, America’s Toughest Jobs, and The Big Time. I am currently in post-production on the independent documentary, Ready to Run, that followed nine women across the country running for office for the first time in the 2018 US mid-term elections. I have lived and worked in the vast, remote wilds around the world, from Patagonia to the Arctic Circle. In addition, I’ve filmed in challenging environments across the United States, from the high ranges of Alaska; the top of El Capitan, the dense forests of Oregon, Washington, and Montana; the swamps of Louisiana; the flatlands of Texas; to the Bering Sea. Internationally, I have worked & traveled across Africa, Australia, Central & South America, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, and throughout Europe. I spent many months in Sri Lanka assisting in relief efforts after the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami, which led to my directorial debut Anatomy of a Disaster, for Discovery Asia & the United Nations. This documentary looks at rebuilding progress in the hardest-hit regions of Indonesia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, India, and the Maldives. Before venturing into television, I concentrated my efforts in feature films, most notably at Pierce Brosnan’s production company, Irish DreamTime. I was actively involved in the successful studio remake of ‘The Thomas Crown Affair’ as well as the company’s independent features including ‘Evelyn’ and ‘The Nephew’ (both set & shot in Ireland). I have also worked at New Line Cinema and 20th Century Fox. I began my career as a freelance writer and photojournalist. I spent time in New York City at HEALTH magazine before moving back to my hometown of Chicago where I worked with the highly acclaimed Chicago International Theatre Festival, under the direction of Jane Nicholl Sahlins and her husband, Second City founder, Bernie Sahlins. I hold a Master of Fine Arts, specializing in Cinematography, from the American Film Institute, and degrees in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Kentucky. When not working, I am active in various community-based programs. I recently realized a long-standing dream by completing the 500-mile pilgrimage from St. Jean Pied de Port, France, across the Pyrenees Mountains, to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. I currently split my time between Portland, Oregon, and everywhere interesting projects lead.

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    Annaliza S.

    San Francisco, CA, USA

    $550 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Senior Producer / Project Manager
    • Line Producer / On-Location
    • Series Producer / Show Runner

    About Annaliza S.

    Annaliza Savage is an award-winning producer, director, writer and documentarian. She is the former Executive Producer of Video at Wired Magazine, and has created content for a variety of Television and digital sites including The Daily Beast, Reuters, The Guardian UK, PBS and TechTV. Savage is a nerd who loves pop culture, riding motorcycles at high speeds and travelling around the world meeting interesting people.

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    Mauricio A.

    Salt Lake City, UT, USA

    $250 - $900 / Day

    Top Services

    • Senior Producer / Project Manager
    • Creative Director
    • Series Producer / Show Runner

    About Mauricio A.

    TV News & Reality Show Production Functional background in Live Shows Fluent in Spanish and English Advanced analytical and problem-solving skills Proficient in Vizrt, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Ability to work independently and self-directed

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    Margaret W.

    San Francisco, CA, USA

    $800 - $1500 / Day

    Top Services

    • Video Editor - Documentary
    • Series Producer / Show Runner
    • Documentary DP

    About Margaret W.

    Margaret Cheatham Williams is an Emmy-nominated independent film producer and editor, currently seeking opportunities and collaborations in the film, audio, and outdoor space. Previously Margaret Cheatham was a documentarian at The New York Times, where she pitched, produced, shot and edited narrative and documentary video and photography. She regularly collaborated with the graphics department to create interactive content. She is particularly driven to stories that examine the intersection of health, family and personal identity. Through deep character exploration, she aims to tackle intimate issues including gender, fertility, and sexuality. In 2018 she piloted Conception, a highly visual and lyrical exploration of the myriad ways that women become mothers, and the journey that ensues. In the series, we introduce you to six women — each with a transformation uniquely theirs — in first-person accounts of love, regret, doubt and strength. Season II addresses the complexities of raising children in our modern era – We asked parents: What does it mean to raise children in the context of #MeToo, the immigration discussion, the opioid crisis and the gun debate? Her other work at the Times took her to Pyeongchang, South Korea where she covered the Winter Olympics, to Brazil, and all over the US, where she has reported on postpartum depression, politics and produced 360 video. Margaret Cheatham’s work has been recognized by the Livingston Awards, the Hearst Foundation, Pictures of the Year International, the National Press Photographers Association, Society for News Design, and the South by Southwest interactive awards. Her films have premiered at AFI Fest and the Margaret Mead Film Festival. In 2016 she was selected as an alternate for the Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship, which provides opportunities for U.S. citizens to participate in an academic year of overseas travel and storytelling on a globally significant theme. She has been a multimedia coach at the North Carolina Photojournalism workshop and has served as judge for the National Press Photographers Association Best of Photojournalism contest and the White House Press Association. Previously she a video intern for The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post and MediaStorm, an award winning multimedia production house. She completed a bachelor's degree in 2011 from the School of Media and Journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she studied photojournalism and French. Margaret Cheatham loves pineapple, lives in San Francisco with her husband, and the other love of her life – their West Virginian mutt, Duma. Her company, Moxie’s Daughter, is named for her mother, the best photo assistant she’ll ever have.

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    Selena R.

    Toronto, ON, Canada

    $275 - $10000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Reporter / Journalist
    • Line Producer / On-Location
    • Series Producer / Show Runner

    About Selena R.

    Hi there, My name is Selena Randhawa and I'm a producer, writer and researcher. I've worked at companies like CNN, Great Big Story and I'm currently working at Shopify Studios as a Social Producer. I'm based in Toronto and I'm always looking for freelance opportunities to film, produce and write.

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    Kate M.

    Portland, OR, USA

    $500 - $1500 / Day

    Top Services

    • Documentary DP
    • Reporter / Journalist
    • Line Producer / On-Location

    About Kate M.

    Based in Portland, Oregon, Kate McMahon is an award-winning producer, director, writer and journalist of news and documentaries. Kate’s work includes FRONTLINE; The NewsHour, NOW With Bill Moyers, one-off PBS programs and regional PBS station programs. Kate’s most recent documentary FRONTLINE: Coronavirus Pandemic premiered April 21, 2020. Her forthcoming 4-part PBS documentary series, hosted by NBC News technology correspondent Jake Ward, is about breakthroughs in behavioral science called, Hacking Your Mind (releases fall, 2020). Kate has received several awards and nominations for her work including a National Emmy and the NIHCM Health Care TV and Radio Journalism Award, and has contributed to more than 40 hours of national documentary and news programming, primarily for PBS, since she began her career in 1998 as an Associate Producer for The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer. Her other past work includes, The Doctor Fix: A New Era of Modern Medicine (PBS stations 2017); FRONTLINE: The Vaccine War (updated, 2015); Oregon Field Guide; Oregon Art Beat (2015); and, The Programmers – a trilogy of short documentaries about game-changing women in computing (2015.) Documentaries include FRONTLINE: Life and Death in Assisted Living (2013); FRONTLINE: Nuclear Aftershocks (2012); FRONTLINE: The Vaccine War (original broadcast in 2010); FRONTLINE: Sick Around America (2009) and FRONTLINE: Sick Around the World (2008). In 2008, Kate’s co-produced a two-hour historical documentary, Andrew Jackson: Good, Evil and the Presidency for PBS. In 2004 Kate associate produced the Oscar-nominated film ENRON: The Smartest Guys in the Room and in 2005 she co-produced FRONTLINE: The Meth Epidemic. In 2001, while working at ABC-NEWS Nightline producing the PBS series Life 360, Kate covered the tragic events of 9/11 for Peter Jennings in New York City. She went on to work for NOW with Bill Moyers covering the nexus of business and politics in Washington, D.C. Her on-going production of Inside the Psychologist’s Studio is a popular web series for the Association for Psychological Science. Outside of producing documentaries and news, Kate has produced and reported public radio programs, and written articles in Metro Parent Magazine. Kate is a visiting lecturer at Portland State University, Portland Community College, Clackamas Community College and Linfield College. Her second language is Spanish. She is a board member of the Women in Film-PDX chapter, participates as a panelist at journalism and documentary conferences and enjoys mentoring aspiring journalism professionals.

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    Nicholas K.

    Reno, NV, USA

    $750 - $10000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Senior Producer / Project Manager
    • Post-Production Manager
    • Production Company

    About Nicholas K.

    I’ve been making films since 1995 when I first picked up the camera and hit record. Since then (and traversing a sprawling jungle of experience) I’ve taken part in co-producing countless projects with hundreds of collaborators and even some popular companies, like Apple, Disney, Facebook, Nintendo, and Salesforce. My work spans animations, art installations, commercials, documentaries, drawing and illustration, feature films and shorts, guided meditation, IT support for the young and old, live events and streams, music videos, photography, spontaneous outbursts of energy, and websites. I have lived in Philadelphia, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Los Angeles again, and now San Francisco. I am married with one child, a kitten named Luna. She keeps me in line.

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    Phil D.

    Seattle, WA, USA

    $35 - $60 / Day

    Top Services

    • Video Editor - Documentary
    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Video Editor - News

    About Phil D.

    I am a video producer, editor, multimedia journalist, and photographer. I'm passionate about telling untold stories and shedding new angles on current topics. My interests and experience range from long form documentaries, to short news packages, to podcast segments, to corporate live events. most importantly, I love the adventure of challenge of making videos and getting out into the field to make stories come to life.

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    Derek J.

    Seattle, WA, USA

    $600 - $3500 / Day

    Top Services

    • Production Company
    • Documentary DP
    • Commercial DP

    About Derek J.

    We at Kai Films are experts in video production for video marketing and entertainment. From conceptualizing your vision and creating your budget to execution and post-production, we’ve got you taken care of. Save time and money getting the video in your head out into the world. Kai Films takes care of everything so you can spend more time doing your critical business functions. Concept, vision and storyboarding Budget creation and management Resource and project management Crew and Casting Videography, Grip & Electric, and audio recording. Editing, color grading, and audio mixing

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    Adam S.

    San Francisco, CA, USA

    $500 - $900 / Day

    Top Services

    • Social Media Producer
    • Content Strategist
    • Digital Content Creator

    About Adam S.

    Producer/visual storyteller with experience writing and creating content across all major digital media platforms.

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    Chris B.

    Seattle, WA, USA

    $1000 - $2000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Non-Fiction Film Director
    • Production Company
    • Documentary DP

    About Chris B.

    I have been working as a documentary cinematographer and director for the last 20 years. From working on the Oscar nominated Food, Inc. to the Emmy winning series Intervention, I have been drawn towards the power of sharing authentic stories. I've seen their power to build empathy, to inspire, and to change the course of lives. For the last few years I have been working with a wide variety of clients, from health care and environmental to musicians and food. The goal has always been the same - tell stories that engage and inspire.

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    Zachary S.

    Berkeley, CA, USA

    $800 - $1200 / Day

    Top Services

    • Documentary DP
    • Series Producer / Show Runner
    • Non-Fiction Film Director

    About Zachary S.

    Zachary Stauffer is a director, multi-platform producer, and director of photography. He has reported and produced podcasts, including "Twin Flames" which reached #1 on Apple, and directed and shot the award-winning feature documentary “Who Killed Lt. Van Dorn?" From 2009-2020, he was a staff producer and the primary DP at the UC Berkeley Investigative Reporting program. There, he worked on all of the IRP’s projects for PBS Frontline, films that explored organized crime, death investigation, college sports, and sexual assault, including the DuPont award-winning “Rape In The Fields.” He has also served as a DP on numerous independent documentaries and projects distributed in the U.S. and internationally. His short documentary, “A Day Late In Oakland” (2008), about the murder of Oakland journalist Chauncey Bailey, was nominated for two IDA Awards. He is a graduate of Boston College and the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

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