Amy Kohn (Director) is an Emmy Award winning television producer/show runner. Her documentary work has included the critically acclaimed “My Life as a Child,” (TLC) which profiled children ages 7 to 11 who were given cameras to film their own lives. She was a field producer on PBS’ “The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow,” and HBO’s “Suicide” and “Crank: Made in America.” She was an executive producer on “Running Russell Simmons” and co-executive producer on “Kathy Griffin My Life on the “D” List”, “Steven Seagal Lawman,” "Fashion Hunters," and “Running in Heels” among others. Most recently she Executive Produced The Edge of Eighteen for Al Jazeera America and Jigsaw Productions. I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.
Evan Eames (Cinematographer) has worked in documentary film and television for over twenty-years. After several years working under the mentorship of Director Frederick Wiseman, Eames earned a Masters of Fine Arts at NYU’s Tisch School. He was winner of the 2008 Telly Award for Best Cinematography for his work on The National Geographic Channel’s “Congo Bush Pilots,” and as Producer, Eames was nominated for an Emmy Award for the PBS series “Adventures with Ruth.” Other work of note was as DP on “Prison Town, USA” (PBS’ POV). Currently, Eames is working as Director on the HGTV series “Selling New York.”
Jordan Montminy (Editor) is an Emmy Award winning editor for his work on PBS. He recently worked on an upcoming Alex Gibney documentary about WikiLeaks and the Peabody Award winning "The Madoff Affair" for PBS Frontline. Last year he edited a documentary "Nuala," which won Best Irish Film at the Dublin International Film Festival, as well as the documentary "Voices from the Grave" which won the 2010 Irish Film & Television Award for Best Documentary. His work has appeared on ABC, Discovery, PBS, National Geographic, MTV, VH1, and Current. He splits his time between Brooklyn, USA and Dublin.