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Jeremy Roberts, Senior Producer
Jeremy, the founder of Conservation Media, is an avid filmmaker,
biologist, and photographer. He holds a BS in Wildlife Biology and
an MFA in Science & Natural History Filmmaking. In 2010, his
graduate thesis film won a CINE Golden Eagle and a College EMMY
from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He is
a professor at the University of Montana and Co-President of the Board
of Directors for Filmmakers for Conservation.
As a biologist, he has worked with everything from wolverines to
hummingbirds. His footage and photography have appeared in
productions for National Geographic, the EPA, The Wolverine Foundation,
Sonoran Institute, Audubon, Montana Outdoors, the National Wildlife
Refuge System, and others.
His unique education, combined with more than a decade
of experience in biology and conservation, makes for a
skilled visual and narrative interpretation of science and
natural history subjects.
You can view his LinkedIn profile and read recommendations here.
Elliott Kenerson, Associate Producer
Elliott lived in New York, where he worked as an interactive producer, video editor, independent film cinematographer, and journalist at The New York Times, Vivendi Universal, The Village Voice, Rapp Collins Worldwide, and the legendary Internet broadcaster Pseudo Programs. He holds a B.A. from Yale in archaeology and an M.F.A. in science filmmaking from Montana State University. His independent films have been acclaimed and screened at the International Wildlife Film Festival, Element Film Festival, Estes Park Film Festival, Rural Route Film Festival, the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art, and on Montana PBS and KQED. Elliott is a 2007 Science Journalism Fellow at the University of Rhode Island’s Metcalf Institute and member of the Society of Environmental Journalists. Most recently, he has worked as a producer on CBS’s 48 Hours.