Amy Scott is an independent documentary filmmaker and the education correspondent for Marketplace, the public radio business and economics show. Her reporting has earned several national honors, including Gracie Awards in 2014 and 2013 and an Edward R. Murrow Award in 2012. Before joining Marketplace in 2001, she worked as a reporter in Dillingham, Alaska, home to the world’s largest sockeye salmon run. A native of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Scott has a bachelor’s degree in history from Grinnell College and a master’s degree in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley, where she studied documentary filmmaking.
Patrick Wright, Editor
Patrick Wright co-produced and was associate editor for Music By Prudence, which won the 2010 Academy Award for Best Documentary Short and aired on HBO in May 2010. He edited the feature documentary See You Soon Again, about Baltimore-based Holocaust survivor Leo Bretholz and was an Associate Producer on 12 O'Clock Boys. Wright has produced and directed films on HIV/AIDS, clergy sexual abuse, and a profile of Ann Coulter, one of the most controversial political commentators of our day. He is Chair of the Film and Video Department at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore.
Glenn Hartong, Director of Photography
Glenn Hartong is an award-winning staff photojournalist for The Cincinnati Enquirer. His photos have appeared in dozens of publications including National Geographic, Time, Life, Newsweek, USA Today, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. He is also a Multimedia Producer for The Cincinnati Enquirer/Cincinnati.com, where he produces video and audio and conducts training for photographers and reporters in video production and editing. He is co-owner of ChiliDog Pictures, which specializes in short-form storytelling videos for non-profit and faith-based organizations.
Stacy Doose, Co-Director of Photography
Stacy Doose is a video producer, editor, and co-owner of ChiliDog Pictures. In 2007, Doose became a producer/editor for The Cincinnati Enquirer, where his skills brought him recognition for his video storytelling. He and partners Glenn and Malinda Hartong started ChiliDog Pictures in 2010. Accolades include a 2009 regional Emmy award for coverage of the 2008 presidential campaigns. In 2005 his documentary To The Edge, about a rappel expedition of the highest free drop in the United States, El Capitan, screened at the New York Film Festival.