about the producers

 Emma Jones is an artist, writer, filmmaker, storyteller and social scientist whose work ranges from the natural world to the very human experiences of chronic illness. Born and raised in England, Emma has lived in the Pacific Northwest most of her adult life. With degrees in Acting and Sociology as the backdrop, her storytelling explores the depths of nature and human experiences in a unique way.  Emma co-Produced the award-winning feature film documentary THE MEMORY OF FISH, currently making the rounds on the festival circuit. And recently, she stepped behind the camera for the first time, to begin shooting an experimental documentary called THE HOUSE ON THE BLUFF, which witnesses the eroding Sequim bluffs.  Through her project, The Nightstand Collective, she explores the lives of the chronically ill through the intimate space of the bedroom nightstand, and the items we keep close in times of vulnerability. This work has recently been featured in Huffington Post UK, Mashable Social Good, and The Mighty.   https://www.thegeographyofillness.com/the-nightstand-collective/   Emma is a volunteer with KSQM 91.5 in Sequim where she has been learning sound engineering and mixing. 

Emma Jones is an artist, writer, filmmaker, storyteller and social scientist whose work ranges from the natural world to the very human experiences of chronic illness. Born and raised in England, Emma has lived in the Pacific Northwest most of her adult life. With degrees in Acting and Sociology as the backdrop, her storytelling explores the depths of nature and human experiences in a unique way.

Emma co-Produced the award-winning feature film documentary THE MEMORY OF FISH, currently making the rounds on the festival circuit. And recently, she stepped behind the camera for the first time, to begin shooting an experimental documentary called THE HOUSE ON THE BLUFF, which witnesses the eroding Sequim bluffs.

Through her project, The Nightstand Collective, she explores the lives of the chronically ill through the intimate space of the bedroom nightstand, and the items we keep close in times of vulnerability. This work has recently been featured in Huffington Post UK, Mashable Social Good, and The Mighty.

https://www.thegeographyofillness.com/the-nightstand-collective/

Emma is a volunteer with KSQM 91.5 in Sequim where she has been learning sound engineering and mixing. 

 From environmental issues and adventure travel to leisure trends and small business owners, Ryan MacDonald follows his natural curiosities to tell stories about the world around him. His desire to write and produce narratives about experiences that provoke, inspire or educate others propels each story he pursues.  Following this path led him to the Canada's Yukon Territory where he interviewed and photographed a world champion gold panner in the icy waters of the Klondike River and to the Channel Islands National Park in California to report on a group of scientists, lead by Peter Sharpe, who track and study the bald eagle populations. (This story was published by BBC Travel as part of the site’s coverage of the National Parks Centennial Anniversary in June 2016.)  Ryan contributes regularly to  BBC ,  Thrillist  and  Sierra  with feature stories and personal essays about travel, destinations and adventures. He began his journalism career at  The Advocate,  the leading LGBT national new magazine, where he wrote daily news briefs, pop culture commentary, and reported on long term projects during the historic gay marriage battles of 2004.  Today Ryan uses all forms of media to tell interesting and compelling narratives - from traditional copy writing to television production to audio podcasting. He has produced content for Netflix, NBC, CBS, NPR and many other outlets.      

From environmental issues and adventure travel to leisure trends and small business owners, Ryan MacDonald follows his natural curiosities to tell stories about the world around him. His desire to write and produce narratives about experiences that provoke, inspire or educate others propels each story he pursues.

Following this path led him to the Canada's Yukon Territory where he interviewed and photographed a world champion gold panner in the icy waters of the Klondike River and to the Channel Islands National Park in California to report on a group of scientists, lead by Peter Sharpe, who track and study the bald eagle populations. (This story was published by BBC Travel as part of the site’s coverage of the National Parks Centennial Anniversary in June 2016.)

Ryan contributes regularly to BBC, Thrillist and Sierra with feature stories and personal essays about travel, destinations and adventures. He began his journalism career at The Advocate, the leading LGBT national new magazine, where he wrote daily news briefs, pop culture commentary, and reported on long term projects during the historic gay marriage battles of 2004.

Today Ryan uses all forms of media to tell interesting and compelling narratives - from traditional copy writing to television production to audio podcasting. He has produced content for Netflix, NBC, CBS, NPR and many other outlets.

 

 

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