Director: Joshua Wolfe

Joshua Wolfe is a filmmaker and photographer based in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY. Along with Gavin Schmidt of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, Josh is co-author of of Climate Change: Picturing the Science (W.W. Norton & Company, 2009). According to NPR, “It’s an important subject, and Wolfe and Schmidt make a compelling case that we should care.” Josh’s efforts led to his becoming the youngest person to receive the Ansel Adams Award for Conservation Photography from the Sierra Club. In late 2011, Josh co-founded the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund with Scott Mandia. The organization helps cover the legal bills of scientists who get dragged onto the political stage.  It has raised more than $150,000 to support scientists.

Duane Dobbels: Motion Graphics

Duane is both a print and motion graphics designer at Skypunch Creative in Brooklyn, NY. Prior to joining Skypunch Creative, Duane spent 13 years at KTBC-TV FOX 7 in Austin, Texas, producing promotional and live news graphics.

Mark Mitchell: Editor

Mark has been a filmmaker and video editor for over twenty years. He has written and directed major documentary specials for CNN and PBS, as well as an award-winning independent feature film.

Bryan Mette: Sound Design

Bryan is a musician and ngineer based out of Manhattan.  In addition to composing music and mixing for film he spends his days as a mastering engineer and his nights producing records.