Dina Rudick has won 4 Emmy Awards for her video and documentary work, as well as dozens of national photography awards during her decades-long career as a photojournalist and documentary filmmaker. A skilled communicator and effective team leader, Dina excels at guiding her team of creative experts toward a common vision. Dina’s approach is grounded in journalism ethics and aesthetics, though her creative scope invites use of animation and motion graphics if and when they serve the concept.
Dina has done extensive documentary work around the globe, including in Kenya, Pakistan, Bolivia, and Haiti. Dina taught photography and video for years at Boston University College of Communication and Harvard University Extension, and has lectured widely at institutions in the United States.
When not planning, interviewing, filming, or editing, Dina enjoys long trail runs, cooking, folding laundry (yes, laundry), and giggle games with her husband and their two beautiful children.
As a Cinematographer, Dylan has garnered accolades for filming a wide range of projects that span issues such as Palliative Care in Zambia, Yoga in the slums of Kenya, and ultra-marathon running in the canyons of Mexico. When not traveling on assignment for documentary and corporate projects, Dylan films EPK (electronic press kits) and behind-the-scenes featurettes for Hollywood film studios.
In addition for his love for film and video, Dylan also has a passion for photography, music, and the natural world. Dylan graduated from the North Carolina School of the Arts with a degree in Filmmaking and a Concentration in Producing.
Erik Jacobs is an award‐winning photographer who works regularly for many of the leading national and international publications. Erik’s clients span all industries from journalistic outlets to international corporations. He has extensive experience in portraiture, food, editorial work and corporate photography. His passion, however, is long-term documentary projects. His editorial work can be seen at www.jacobsphotographic.us
A sampling of Erik's photography clients includes: Intel, General Motors, Putnam Investments, The International Economic Alliance, Outward Bound, Time Magazine, Newsweek Magazine, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The International Herald Tribune and The Boston Globe. He has won numerous awards and is an adjunct faculty member at Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts.
Erik Jacobs studied Photojournalism at Western Kentucky’s School of Journalism & Broadcasting.
Erik is also very passionate about sustainable agriculture. When not shooting photos, Erik runs a neighborhood CSA called the Plough & Stars Project.
Adam Johnson is a Grammy nominated audio engineer and producer. His music credits include work with some of the biggest artists and companies around the world including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Pops, Yo-Yo Ma, Bela Fleck, James Taylor, Edgar Meyer, Alison Kraus, Harry Connick Jr., Audra McDonald, The Emerson String Quartet, Itzhak Perlman, Andre Previn, and Maya Angelou to name a few. He also worked on the Grammy award-winning album “Legacy” with David Holt and Doc Watson.
Expanding on his music background and education, Adam also works as a production sound mixer and post-sound engineer for commercials, TV productions, documentaries and feature-length films.
Adam holds degrees in music production as well as computer science. He is also a member of the Audio Engineering Society, the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, and the Society of Broadcast Engineers.
He currently is the head-engineer and co-owner of Sound Lab Studios based out of Asheville, North Carolina.