Strength lies in differences, not in similarities.” – Stephen Covey

Stacy C. Noland | Producer + Director
Stacy has over 20-years of experience designing innovative solutions to address environmental, social and economic challenges for public, private, and non-profit organizations. In 2006, he launched the Moontown Foundation, a non-profit organization that develops innovative leadership development opportunities for youth.  Prior to launching Moontown, Stacy spent 15 years working in the information communication technology sector, serving in senior marketing, project management, and business development roles at NBC, Microsoft, Symantec and T-Mobile.  He serves on the Board of Directors for the Northwest Energy Coalition, Washington Lawyers for Sustainability, and sits on the Next 50 Seattle Steering Committee. He holds a degree in Psychology from the University of Montevallo and is a certified member of the American Association of Snowboard Instructors.

B Dahlia | Co- Producer
B DahliaB Dahlia is a Seattle-based writer/producer with over 15 years of experience in film, television, and music production.  He was Associate Producer and Production Manager of the acclaimed modern jazz documentary Icons Among Us: jazz in the present tense, which is available on home video (IndiePix Films) and streaming (NetflixiTunes) after its run on The Documentary Channel and in numerous markets overseas (Theatrical Premiere, SIFF 2009).  He worked closely with indie filmmaker John Comerford for over a decade on multi-platform releases, documentary series, and independent features, including 1998’s award-winning Around The Fire.  Mr. Dahlia is also deeply involved in the Northwest arts and music communities and has been a certified Search and Rescue volunteer in Washington State.

Nicole Sorochan | Co-Producer
Is the visionary behind EnviroSpeak and has eight years of social marketing, website development, and web interactive and engagement experience for web companies all over North America. To date, she has raised over one million dollars in funding for various web start-ups and nonprofits including: The Real News Network, Moontown Foundation, and her own media company View Street Productions.  In 2009, she was named “Top 20 Under 30 Entrepreneurs” by Edmontonian Magazine.

Joshua Guerci | Director of Photography
Joshua is a documentary cinematographer devoutly engaged with the documentary community.  His work has been featured in the Seattle Metropolitan Magazine and is currently also developing a feature length documentary about Perkins School for the Blind where Helen Keller learned to read and write.  Joshua studied film and journalism at Seattle Film Institute, Seattle University and Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, CA, and he is a veteran of the U.S. Navy.

Benjamin Courts | Production Coordinator

The son of two retired military veterans, Ben is well traveled.  He is currently pursing a degree in English Literature from the University of Washington and hopes to use his education to pursue a career in environmental conservation and social impact storytelling.  Mr. Courts is an Eagle Scout with three palms and is a certified member of the Professional Ski Instructors Association of America.

Jennifer Bacon | Video Editor

Jennifer has a long history in the film and video industry, from cinematography to editing. She has worked as the Technical Director for the San Diego International Jewish Film Festival for 10 years. Jennifer recently received her Masters in Environment and Community at the Antioch Center for Creative Change and is a director at the Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Network.

Production Interns

Alyssa Phillips | Production Assistant
Solomon Simone | Camera Operator
Thanh Nguyen | Logistics Coordinator
Huy Tran | Vietnamese Translator
Terrell Wilson | Still Photographer

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