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Jennifer Berglund

Producer - An award-winning writer, producer and photographer. She has produced educational, promotional and documentary films for many clients, including the Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, Facts on File, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She has written for national publications like Nature Outlook and Discover Magazine, and is a recipient of the Associated Press Documentary Award for her work on NPR. She holds a B.A. in Biology and a M.S. in Science and Medical Journalism from Boston University.


Keith Heyward

Director of Photography - An award-winning videographer and editor. He has created hundreds of educational videos for a variety of organizations including the BBC, Brown University, Rhode Island School of Design, and many more. In addition, he has shot for the directors of award-winning documentaries like The Cove (Oscar, 2009) and Buddy (Emmy, 2005). He holds a B.Sc. in Biology from Brown University and has extensive experience as a scientific researcher around the world.


Danielle Myers

Associate Producer - graduated from Tufts University with a degree in International Relations with a focus on global health, nutrition and the environment. Danielle is also the Associate Producer for Boston Science Communications and has worked with several environmental organizations including WildEarth Guardians and Massachusetts Audubon Society to pursue her passion for understanding and preserving our natural world.


Julia Liu

Editor/2nd Camera - An experienced editor and cinematographer, Julia has worked on a variety of productions, from documentaries and commercials to episodic tv series and feature films. She is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild and currently works as a Camera Assistant on the hit USA show, White Collar.


Zoe Sandoval

Translations/ Production intern - a student at the University of California, Los Angeles with a major in Film, Television and Digital Media. Zoe is interested in the multi-faceted workings of our natural world and wants to discover more about it via documentary filmmaking and anthropological work. She is in her final year at UCLA and hopes to continue working as a filmmaker and avid environmentalist.