Executive Producer Jonathan Robinson has created a body of imaginative works for cable and broadcast television, public exhibits, and the Internet. Clients have included PBS, History Channel, Science Channel, and Yale University. Jonathan’s films have received recognition and support from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, National Endowment of the Arts, Rockefeller Foundation, and a number of domestic and international festivals.
Jonathan’s first film, sight unseen: a travelog, a poetic meditation on the intersection of tourism and colonialism, was included in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s 1993 Biennial Exhibition. Recent projects include the Sundance Channel documentary Great Expectations, a look at innovative solutions to inequality in pubic education, and skyhouse, a branded doc about a spectacular architectural project in Lower Manhattan.
Jonathan is a graduate of University of California, Berkeley (B.A. History) and the California Institute of the Arts (M.F.A. Film/Video).
Some of the people whose excellence helps make our work special:
Producer/Writer Dana Rae Warren of Moody Mountain Films,
a super-naturally gifted team builder and character-driven storyteller.
Producer/Production Manager/AD Kathy Ruopp,
an organizational wizard with twenty-five years of experience in commercials, documentaries, and live events.
Director/Editor Michael Rothman of Poem,
a creative force in image branding for the beauty, fashion, and music industries.
DP/Director Ben Wolf of Topiary Productions,
a visionary craftsman working in features, documentaries, and branded content.
Art Director & UX Designer Stan Grinapol of Scribble & Tweak,
a specialist in developing clarity from complexity in Corporate Identity, Advertising and Marketing Campaigns.