Kristin is a story editor with a passion for sorting out documentary puzzles. For over 20 years she has edited natural history, adventure and human interest films for Discovery, National Geographic, and various NGOs. She is happy that the digital age allows her to live in Bozeman, Montana where the air is clean and the trails are endless.
Patrick de Caumette
Patrick is a composer, audio director, music supervisor, and guitarist. A four-time EMMY winning composer, audio director and music supervisor, Patrick de Caumette creates original scores internationally, serving the film, TV, video game and advertising industries. Patrick has produced soundtracks for Walt Disney, ABC, Comcast, Canal +, UbiSoft... etc
Alex is an editor and freelance animator based out of Brooklyn who spends a lot of time convincing himself it's a nice place to live.
In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, riding his bike, and making sure his plants are watered.
Scott hails from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, where exposure to the outdoors, technology, and culture inspired a passion for visual art and storytelling. Scott looks beyond the written words, narrative and photography of a film, seeking to exploit the unspoken terroir, that adds a subtle level of emotion and complexity to any story. He has been working professionally in television production for more than 15 years, specializing in documentary, music performance, and live production, with special skills in color, lighting, and graphic design. Scott holds several demanding jobs in media production in southwestern Montana, working on both regional and national projects.
He has earned seven Emmy® Awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - Northwest Chapter, and revels in the juxtaposition of art and technology that is contemporary filmmaking.
Jess is a filmmaker, and conservationist with years spent working in production as a digital media editor for Discovery Communications and a news editor for CBS4 News in Miami, Florida. She is a student at Montana State’s Science and Natural History graduate film MFA program and loves assisting independent filmmakers with outreach through social media.
Jeremiah began his career as a location sound engineer for film & television. In 2002 he started Jereco Studios and designed his first recording studio. In the spring of 2010, he founded the Peach Street Studios recording facility. The building was remodeled and transformed into a recording facility housing multiple recording and production companies. Today, Jeremiah provides live sound, music recording, and post-production to many regional and national events. Since 2011, Jeremiah has earned seven EMMY Awards for Audio. A graduate of MSU with a degree in Economics, Jeremiah is also an Instructor of Music Technology & Entertainment Business at Montana State University in the School of Music.