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Kip Pastor, Director

Kip is an award-winning director and producer of documentaries, films and broadcast commercials. He is Director of Digital Production at Indigenous Media. Kip produced and directed IN ORGANIC WE TRUST, a documentary that generated international praise and screened at over 40 film festivals. He produced content for RED BULL, CNN, ACTIVISION, FOX, UBISOFT, THQ, GILLETTE, SAMSUNG, and CONDE NAST. Kip is committed to creating content that inspires change and increases understanding, he believes that filmmaking is the most effective medium to disseminate big ideas.

Nathan Ratledge, producer

Nathan is an energy and climate economist and environmental policy expert; currently with Resources for the Future and Stanford University, where he is pursuing a PhD. His work focuses on issues occurring at the intersection of society, the environment and economics. He received his MPA at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He was previously Executive Director of the Community Office for Resource Efficiency, based in western Colorado. 

Will Roush, Producer

Will works with communities as an organizer and advocate to designate wilderness and protect ecological and community values on public lands. He is the Conservation Director at the Wilderness Workshop, based in Carbondale, Colorado and serves on the non-profit boards of EcoJustice, EarthJustice and the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies. He holds a masters degree in Geography and Environmental Studies from the University of Victoria; his original research examined the impact of climate change on alpine ecosystems. 

Joel Stonington, Producer

Joel is a Berlin-based freelance reporter, where he produces video, audio, images and writing for the likes of Der Spiegel, Vocativ and NPR Berlin. In more than a decade in journalism, he reported on the oldest reclassified murder in New York history, uncovered child labor in North Carolina and revealed increasing costs of civil rights lawsuits against police in New York City. Previous reporting has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, New York Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek and MSNBC.

 

Alexander Falk, director of photography

Alexander is a cinematographer and adventurer who has documented social and environmental issues around the globe. Recent projects have taken him into the arctic circle seeking Narwhals, through conflict zones in Mexico and Kenya, and deep into the Peruvian Amazon. Check out his great work at: www.alexanderfalkdp.com