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    Jane K.

    North Vancouver, BC, Canada

    $350 - $450 / Day

    Top Services

    • On-Air Reporter / Host
    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
    • Documentary DP

    About Jane K.

    Jane Kokan is an award-winning camerawoman, director and journalist. She has covered key international events including: some of the world’s most catastrophic humanitarian and refugee crises, environmental disasters in Eastern Europe and Africa, the collapse of European communism, and has filmed and reported from some of the globe’s most perilous conflict zones. Often working alone, she has covered challenging subjects including: documenting human rights abuses in Iran, Chechnya, Bosnia, Kosovo and Sudan; examining social, health and gender issues in Afghanistan; reporting on the drug economies of the developing world; and has been filming in the vast Arctic circumpolar region on a project regarding sovereignty issues. She has produced, directed and filmed documentaries and news features for a variety of broadcasters including: the BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5, PBS, CBC, Global TV, Al Jazeera, ZDF, ARD, SVT, NRK, France 2, NHK, Discovery International, National Geographic and others.

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    Mark M.

    Vancouver, BC, Canada

    $400 - $700 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • On-Air Reporter / Host
    • Documentary DP

    About Mark M.

    I'm a freelance filmmaker with over 10 years of experience producing compelling news and sport pieces for broadcast networks around the world. Having worked as a sports video journalist at BSkyB in the UK, I then moved into local television as a news video journalist at Nottingham based Notts TV. For the past year I have been based in Beijing working as a documentary film maker at China Radio International, serving as a director, cameraman and editor for a number of short films focusing on foreigners living in China.

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    Leslie M.

    Hong Kong

    $300 - $2000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Creative Director
    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
    • Audio Storyteller

    About Leslie M.

    I am an experienced photographer and videographer living and working in Hong Kong and all over Asia. I am able to create and tell stories from start to finish. From idea generation to scripting, cinematography, down to the final edit, I deliver quality content that features a clear and unique vision.

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    Storyhunter O.

    Helena, MT, USA

    $500 - $601 / Day

    Top Services

    • Video Editor - News
    • Full-Service 360 Production
    • Grip

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    Cady V.

    Bogotá, Bogota, Colombia

    $100 - $5000 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Mobile Journalist / Livestreamer
    • Documentary DP

    About Cady V.

    I have experience producing documentary films, writing feature articles, and packaging radio & TV pieces. I'm an American based in Bogotá, Colombia, with experience working in English, Spanish and French. In 2015, following dreams of being a full-time storyteller, I moved to India to co-direct a documentary about an orphanage outside the city of Hyderabad. Most recently, I served as the managing editor at Innovations | Stories, an online publication sharing the stories of social innovators all over the Global South. While at Innovations | Stories I designed and spearheaded a multimedia editorial strategy which allowed for more diverse content (a heavier focus on photo and video stories). As managing editor I supported video and photo freelance contributors from all over the world and designed storytelling trainings for social innovators to tell their own stories. I'm originally from Berkeley, California, USA and I earned my B.S. from the University of California, Davis in Community and Regional Development with a minor in Art Studio (focusing on video and photography). From 2010-2015 I directed a global education program called One World Youth Project (OWYP), based in Washington, DC. At OWYP I designed middle school (age 10-14) curriculum and trained university students to teach it around the world in their own communities. The program taught the children cross-cultural communication by empowering them to create and send video, photo, and written messages to their partner classroom abroad - all facilitated by trained university student volunteers. While serving as program director at OWYP I had the privilege of traveling around the world visiting schools and delivering trainings at universities. My work in education and the opportunity to see so much of the world made me realize I wanted to tell stories. Storytelling is the best form of education anyway.

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    Michael T.

    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

    $40 - $200 / Day

    Top Services

    • On-Air Reporter / Host
    • Reporter / Journalist
    • Fixer

    About Michael T.

    Journalist and editor based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. I am the editor-in-chief at Sagioneer, a local news site, and I have freelanced for publications such as Politico, the South China Morning Post, New Naratif and Mongabay.

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    Dima K.

    Seattle, WA, USA

    $500 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • On-Air Reporter / Host
    • Reporter / Journalist
    • News Shooter / Video Journalist

    About Dima K.

    There are only two major documentary shows produced in Ukraine that I haven't been part of. Netflix's 'Winter on fire' and BBC's Ukrainian episode of the 'Top gear'. The first one didn't need me being based at the real-time footage filmed by more than 100 video streamers of the Maidan Revolution in 2014. The second one turned out to be dull. 'The Russian Woodpecker' about Chernobyl zone which was also advertised as something big coming from Ukraine is more of a sensationalist trick rather than a documentary. Each and every big Western documentary production company working in Ukraine has hired me to do the job. Major works are listed on my IMDB profile and at my agency's website. IMDB profile: imdb.com/name/nm3002393 Website: fixerukraine.com I've worked as a local producer/ fixer for the majority of the Vice's shows in Ukraine including 'Cold War 2.0', 'Black Market', 'Cyberwar', 'Gaycation' and 'World in Disarray', BBC's 'The Great Continental Railway Show with Michael Portillo' and 'Inside Chernobyl's Megatomb', Chernobyl's episode of the 'Abandoned Engineering' fro Discovery, History's 'Cities of Underworld' and many more. Here is short CV: 2014 - 2018 - full-time freelance local producer/ fixer (NBC, NatGeo, Vice, BBC, AJ, Discovery, RTL4, BNN Vara etc.) 2014 - 2016 - producer (Vocativ) 2004 - 2014 - part-time fixer for Western media/ television director & presenter for local media (1+1, STB, New Channel) 2002 - 2004 - E.Muskie program fellow (Ohio University Graduate Media Arts program) 1998 - 2004 - journalist for the major Ukrainian television companies (1+1, First National Channel, Inter)

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    Kyle N.

    Seattle, WA, USA

    $400 - $500 / Day

    Top Services

    • Reporter / Journalist
    • Production Company
    • Audio Storyteller

    About Kyle N.

    Kyle Norris is from Michigan and spent ten years as a host and reporter with Michigan Radio, the state’s largest NPR-affiliate. He lives in Seattle and works as a producer, reporter and educator. His stories are intimate and character-driven. He explores issues surrounding identity, health, religion, poverty, and arts & culture narratives. Norris is known for his sound-rich style of storytelling and conversational, expressive tone. His stories have appeared nationally on All Things Considered, Morning Edition, Marketplace, Here and Now, The Splendid Table, The Environment Report, and World Vision Report. He won First Place for “Soft Feature, Division A” in June 2018 from PRNDI. The organization consists of upper management from public radio stations around the country (Public Radio News Directors Incorporated). He was selected as a 2016 New Voice Scholar from the Association for Independents in Radio and has won a Clarion Award in 2016 for his work on a radio documentary about life for military veterans in Michigan. His previous awards include First Place for enterprise/investigative reporting from PRNDI and a "best of" award for individual reporting from the Michigan Associated Press. Norris also teaches classes and workshops about audio production, storytelling, podcasting, and working with the media. His clients include The City of Seattle, Seattle Public Library, Jack Straw Cultural Center, The Seattle World School, and Southwest Youth & Family Services. He currently works as a youth mentor and instructor for KUOW’s RadioActive program and as a producer with their podcast department. He’s created an independent podcast with reporter Anna Boiko-Weyrauch called “Finding Fixes” that looks at solutions to the opioid epidemic in Snohomish County. The series was released in September 2018 and is supported with help from Solutions Journalism and InvestigateWest. Former NPR Senior Editor Sara Sarasohn describes Norris this way: “Kyle Norris is the real deal. I've heard a lot of voices in my 25 years in public radio. None is warmer, more expressive or more natural than Kyle's. He has this innate intimacy that invites the listener into a story in a totally welcoming way. That carries over into his interviewing. Kyle has such an ability to get the perfect quote that goes beyond the superficial. From government officials to kids in an art class, Kyle connects with the people he talks to, and that's a gateway for the audience to connect as well.”

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    Lana P.

    Denver, CO, USA

    $200 - $2000 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • On-Air Reporter / Host
    • Reporter / Journalist

    About Lana P.

    I am working as a journalist in Europe and United States for 8 years . Education: University of culture and art (Ukraine) WSH Katowice (Poland) Training “Journalism', Media Management” (Austria) Film & Television Voice of America Journalist/ News reporter ( 2020-now) “33TV Channel” Guest auditor (2012-2013) Journalist/ Writer (2013-2015) “STB Channel” (2015-2016) Screenwriter in a comedy sketch show “When we are at home” (Kyiv) Screenwriter and actress in a TV-show “Show 316” (Khmelnitsky) “NLO TV” Actress in a bit parts of sketch show “U country” Special skills: Video editing, Photoshop

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    Darren K.

    Kampala, Uganda

    $200 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • On-Air Reporter / Host
    • Field Producer
    • News Shooter / Video Journalist

    About Darren K.

    I am freelance global film producer and content creator based in Kampala, Uganda. I have produced work for CNN International, BBC World, BBC Africa, Africanews, Euronews, DW TV, TRT World, George Washington University among others.

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    Mari C.

    Seattle, WA, USA

    $500 - $1500 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Non-Fiction Film Director
    • Documentary DP

    About Mari C.

    A storyteller at heart, Mari is in constant pursuit of ways to visually translate the human experience. She is a 9-time Emmy award-winning filmmaker who specializes in documentary and non-fiction storytelling. Whether it’s putting a human face to the impacts of climate change, mountaineering through the North Cascades, or supporting educational opportunities for women from Afghanistan, Mari tells cinematic stories that have direct social, environmental, and personal impacts.

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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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    Ian M.

    Seattle, WA, USA

    $100 - $500 / Day

    Top Services

    • On-Air Reporter / Host

    About Ian M.

    Freelance journalist in Seattle, WA, USA after 2.5 years in Indonesia.

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    Shannon L.

    Sammamish, WA, USA

    $500 - $500 / Day

    Top Services

    • On-Air Reporter / Host

    About Shannon L.

    I ride bikes, fix bikes, teach bikes, live and breathe bikes. Dirt, pavement, gravel, wherever and whenever.

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    Tori B.

    Portland, OR, USA

    $500 - $20000 / Day

    Top Services

    • On-Air Reporter / Host

    About Tori B.

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    Hadani D.

    Vancouver, BC, Canada

    $300 - $500 / Day

    Top Services

    • Reporter / Journalist
    • On-Air Reporter / Host
    • News Shooter / Video Journalist

    About Hadani D.

    Hadani Ditmars is the author of Dancing in the No-Fly Zone: A Woman's Journey Through Iraq, a past editor at New Internationalist, and has been reporting from the Middle East on culture, society and politics for two decades. Her work has been published in the New York Times, Al Jazeera, The Guardian, Sight and Sound, the San Francisco Chronicle, Haaretz, Wallpaper, Vogue and Ms. Magazine, and broadcast on CBC, BBC, NPR and RTE. Her next book, Between Two Rivers, is a political travelogue of ancient sites in Iraq.

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    Nick B.

    Lethbridge, AB, Canada

    $500 - $2100 / Day

    Top Services

    • Sound Designer
    • Colorist
    • Creative Director

    About Nick B.

    Originally from Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, he is an ACTRA and SOCAN member working in film, television, and theatre spanning the major centres of southern and central Alberta. He is best known as Joe Kipp in "The Secret History of the Wild West" (APTN), as an actor and composer of the critically acclaimed international award-winning production of Maev Beaty and Erin Shields’ tantalizing play, Montparnasse (2016-17), as well as for his role as Toby on "Tribal" (APTN), for his portrayal of Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire" produced by Theatre Outré (2019) and as a solo musician performing under his own name. Nick has been a mentor for Telus: Community Stories 2019 as well as a host of multiple acting workshops in Lethbridge, AB. He is a founding board member and current vice-president of the Lethbridge Independent Film Society (LIFS) and the owner and founder of HatChap Productions Inc, a Lethbridge based, media production company. He is a graduate of both the Art Institute of Vancouver’s Professional Recording Arts program (2010) and the University of Lethbridge's Dramatic Arts program (2017). After graduating in 2017 he has continued to pursue acting and composing for theatre, film and television productions while attending many acting and professional development workshops. He landed multiple roles in the Calgary based, Storybook Theatre’s 2018 Season of Change as DARRY in The Outsiders, and as a guitarist and actor in Huck Finn. He has worked as a background actor on multiple Alberta based television programs and has now moved into speaking roles on some excellent network television shows. Bohle has been the lead sound designer for multiple independent features, commercials and short films, most notably Monique's on 4th (2021 - Festival circuit), Rationale (2020-21 - Festival circuit |Best Crime Short - Calgary Independent Film Festival), A Wink or a Smile (2019) and is now in post-production as a producer and the lead sound designer for #Partytime (2022), a thriller crime feature film set to hit festival circuits in the latter half of 2022. He also recently completed principal photography as the lead actor in another independent short called Divine Intervention directed by Majid Koudmani (Calgary/Vancouver). Additionally, yet another Storyhive documentary called Chess for Life is set to broadcast on Telus Optik VOD in fall 2021 that saw Nick as the colourist, co-editor, composer and sound designer. Finally, Nick has continued his development as a creator moving into developing, producing and directing network level productions. ​ Furthermore, Nick is a music improviser for improvised theatre productions such as Drunk Improv (2016-21), LinkedImprov (2015-16) and Gomorrah (2017-2019), as well as a composer and sound designer of theatre productions such as Inhabited (2014 & 2017) and Mars Ain’t the Kind of Place to Raise your Kids (2015). He has also composed music for multiple commercials, documentary pieces and short films and was a dialogue editor and mix-down engineer for the 2010 VIFF ‘Most Popular Canadian Film’ Two Indians Talking. ​

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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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    Bryan S.

    Boone, NC, USA

    $500 - $800 / Day

    Top Services

    • Field Producer
    • Non-Fiction Film Director
    • Post-Production Manager

    About Bryan S.

    20+ years of experience in video production, including 15 as a field correspondent and documentary storyteller in over 60 countries. I primarily work with non-profits and humanitarian groups, but also have experience on commercial and film sets, project management, and event production.

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    Doug D.

    Calgary, AB, Canada

    $100 - $150 / Day

    Top Services

    • Audio Storyteller

    About Doug D.

    When he speaks, it's an event® Doug de Nance is an established voice artist, skybox announcer and on the floor host of live events across the globe – most notably for monster truck shows! His signature strength and vitality, from bold to intimate, ensures that when he speaks, it's an event®. With extensive live event, announcing, pre-lay and narration for clients worldwide, Doug’s work includes projects for: Red Bull Outliers, Esso Minor Hockey, SOCAN Awards, British Supercross, Sportsman Show, Rocking the Fields Music Festival, Groupe Spectacles and FMX World Tour.

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