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Skye Fitzgerald has produced projects focused on human rights and social justice issues since 1998. Along the way he has collaborated or received support from the Sundance Institute, the U.S. Institute of Peace, the State Department and the Paul Robeson Fund, including being named a Fulbright Research Scholar to produce the film Bombhunters. Reviewers have characterized Fitzgerald’s work as “emotional and artful,” "...visually brutal" (Variety), “an infuriating study in the ways that power greases the wheels of justice” (LA Weekly), and noted that it “confronts us with injustice” (Voice of America). As a Director of Photography Fitzgerald has lensed work for Dateline NBC, VICE News, CNN, Discovery Channel, Mercy Corps, Travel Channel, History Channel, Animal Planet, HGTV, ABC, MSNBC, NHK, Kaiser Permanente and the Portland Trailblazers. Fitzgerald is presently producing 101 Seconds, a film about the American gun debate, and SARS - a film documenting Search and Rescue operations in the Mediterranean. He recently completed 50 Feet from Syria, a film about doctors working on the Syrian border. More info at:
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Director of Photography Kenny Allen has quickly made a name for himself as a rising star in the Pacific NW production world. In addition to being a key contractor DP for the Portland Trailblazers for much of their high-end content surrounding the team Allen works with established clients that include Intel, Moda Health, Nike, United Way, Boys and Girls Club, Dell, Wacom, Adobe, National Geographic, Discovery, Comcast, Oregon Lottery, United Way and the American Red Cross. With a steady hand, deep technical knowledge of lensing and cameras and an easy-going manner well-suited to the stresses of filming he has become a go-to DP throughout Oregon. Allen served as the Director of Photography on 50 Feet from Syria and SAR about Search and Rescue operations in the Mediterranean.
“I tell stories to entertain, inform, engage, motivate – but mostly inspire. I’m drawn to people who inspire me with their creativity, their courage, or their commitment to a cause. The woodworker who builds furniture from reclaimed lumber. The refugee who helps others find their footing in a new land. The binational couple who fights for immigration reform at the risk of losing their life together. Over the last two decades, I’ve practiced the craft of narrative storytelling for a variety of media. I’ve written for newspapers, magazines and organizations, led interactive content projects as web team leader at Mercy Corps and produced multimedia stories for OBP. Since 2013 I’ve combined my ear for story and eye for visuals in work as a video producer and editor. In both producer an editor roles, it’s my job to help other realie heir visions. In both producer and editor roles it’s my job to help others realize their vision.”
William Campbell (b. 1969) is a composer, performer and teacher whose music may be heard over radio stations, at conferences and festivals, in concert halls, faith communities, movie theaters, and dance and dramatic events. He has been awarded with honors of scholarship and teaching from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, the University of Oregon and Pima Community College, and in 2011 was inducted as a Salpointe Catholic High School Distinguished Alumni (Tucson, AZ). Composition awards include multiple ASCAPPlus Awards, the Penfield Music Commission Project Composition Prize (2006), a Waging Peace International Composition Special Honor (2003), a Tucson/Pima Arizona Arts Fellowship (1999) and the 1995 Jim Highsmith Award from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music for his orchestral work, Sinfonietta. In 2011 the Kennedy Center American Collegiate Theater Festival awarded his original score for a new adaptation for Oedipus Rex.