Emily Fraser is a documentary filmmaker committed to finding the poetry in the every day while provoking cultural change around pressing social and environmental issues. Her work has been shown at Doc NYC, Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, the International Wildlife Film Festival, and LUNAFEST, among others. Emily works as a freelance director and cinematographer, and as a lecturer on film production, history, and theory at Santa Clara University. In a previous life, she worked as an environmental consultant, focusing on projects in conservation, resource management, and alternative energy. Emily holds a bachelor's degree in environmental policy and art/architecture from the College of William and Mary and an MFA in Documentary Film and Video from Stanford University. Cinematography reel here.
Nicholas Berger is a documentary filmmaker whose films have aired on PBS, been nominated for two Student Academy Awards, and have been shown in film festivals around the world including IDFA, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Silverdocs, Palm Springs Shorts Fest, and Ann Arbor Film Festival. Nicholas has worked on all aspects of filmmaking from producing and directing to shooting and editing and has worked on films for the History Channel, Discovery, CNN and PBS. He is also the co-author of two children's books on filmmaking for Klutz Press. Nicholas holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Brown University and an MFA in Documentary Film and Video from Stanford University. Cinematography reel here