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Lois Tiller is a writer, filmmaker and speaker. She’s also an outspoken advocate for horse rescue organizations and wild horse habitat protection. Read More…
Cal Nez, a Navajo from the Tachiinii Clan grew up in a hogan—on the Navajo Nation in Tocito, New Mexico.
Adam Beach, an Anishinaabe member of the Saulteaux tribe of Dog Creek Lake Reserve in Manitoba, Canada has starred in films ranging from Squanto to Smoke Signals to Windtalkers, as well as multiple television series such as North of 60, Law and Order SUV and Skinwalkers. He is perhaps the most visible and sought-after Native American actor working in Hollywood today. Read More…
Director of Photography
Sophie Dia Pegrum
Sophie is a British American film director and documentary cinematographer who has produced and shot films in the Antarctic, at the North Pole and in the Himalayas. Her documentary films include “77 Below” and experimental “Come to the Edge”, shot on the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica and featuring artist Lita Albuquerque. The award winning “Talking to the Air: The Horses of the Last Forbidden Kingdom” was shot on the border with Tibet in the high Himalaya.
Jeffrey is a graduate of California State University Northridge receiving a degree in Cinema and Television Art and earned an MBA from the University of Central Florida. He has extensive experience in entertainment design, business, and production primarily for Universal Studios and the Walt Disney Company. Jeffrey’s past projects include Tokyo DisneySeas, Universal Studios Osaka, Disney’s California Adventure, David Copperfield’s Las Vegas Show and Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights.