About Us

Blue Chalk Media is an industry-leading production company widely recognized for its signature cinematic nonfiction storytelling style and authentic expression of the human experience.


Since its founding in 2013, Blue Chalk has produced a wide variety of content including more than 900 short-form videos, garnering more than 125 awards for clients such as The New Yorker, NIKE, the Food Network and over 95 others.


In addition, Blue Chalk has created numerous long-form documentaries, video and audio series and recently expanded into television by producing several ground-breaking series for The Magnolia Network, now available through the discovery+ streaming service. Previous Blue Chalk productions have aired on Oregon Public Broadcasting and public television stations nationwide.


Blue Chalk operates around the world, having filmed on six of the seven continents, and is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, with additional offices and production facilities in Portland, OR.


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Video and television production 
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Meet the Team

  • Greg Moyer

    Founder and CEO

    Greg Moyer founded Blue Chalk Media in 2013 intending to create a world-class visual communications company whose productions demonstrate the power, importance, and appeal of documentary-style storytelling. Hundreds of films and awards later, Blue Chalk has become known for its cinematic production style and journalistic approach to stories, a reflection of Greg’s early love for visual journalism as an aspiring photographer and newspaper photo editor. Prior to Blue Chalk, Greg spent over 25 years in senior management roles for a variety of non-fiction television brands, including Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, VOOM HD and Food Network. While head of programming, Greg led Discovery to five George Foster Peabody Awards for editorial excellence. In his final role as a television channel executive, Greg managed the launch of the Food Network into 63 countries outside North America.

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  • Pam Huling

    Chief Operating Officer

    Pam Huling, chief operating officer and co-founder of Blue Chalk, is responsible for all corporate operations of the company. She has been named one of the Top Women in Digital by Cynopsis Media. Prior to Blue Chalk, she was the Director of Photo Services at Discovery Communications where she oversaw all aspects of photography for nearly 15 years, supporting more than 100 television brands worldwide. Currently, Pam is an adjunct professor in the visual communications department at Syracuse University's Newhouse School. She is a graduate of New England Conservatory of Music, having received a scholarship at the age of 17, and has a degree in graphic design as well.

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  • Rob Finch

    Creative Director

    Rob Finch is a Portland, OR-based visual storyteller. As creative director at Blue Chalk Media, Finch has directed, shot, and edited numerous short films in both the documentary and advertising worlds. He was a director of photography on the seven-part, landmark TV series “Belief” for OWN. He also worked on the Emmy Award-winning HBO documentary “One Last Hug.” Finch was director of the full-length documentary “Big Dreams in Umatilla” and director of photography on the Emmy Award-winning “American Beat: Cops and Refugees Join Forces in Boise.” Finch was part of a team from The Oregonian recognized with the Pulitzer Prize in 2007. He has also won the Online Journalism Award for Best Video Presentation and has been a two-time Newspaper Photographer of the Year in the Pictures of the Year contest. He was selected to exhibit his work in Perpignan, France, at the Visa pour l’Image Festival and was a member of the World Press Masterclass.

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  • Jessica Stewart

    Production Manager

    Jessica Stewart is an aspiring photo editor and producer based in Syracuse, New York. She recently received her master’s in Multimedia, Photography, and Design from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, she was the locations services coordinator for the DeKalb Entertainment Commission, where she scouted and photographed film and TV locations for projects such as Black Lightning, The Resident, Disney's Jungle Cruise, and Netflix's Stranger Things. Jessica is passionate about telling inspiring stories through collaboration with like-minded creatives. She is continually learning how to accurately convey the stories of marginalized communities while relying on her own experiences to create new visual concepts. For fun, Jessica enjoys jazz dancing, going out for brunch, and reading thought-provoking books.

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  • Mariko Fujinaka

    Producer and Post-Production Manager

    Mariko Fujinaka joined Blue Chalk in 2018 to serve as supervising writer on a series of “explainer” videos for Pearson Education. She writes and copy edits and is now also a post-production producer. She has been involved in projects with such organizations as Thrive Global, HP, and Airbnb. In her previous work life Mariko was managing editor of a small book development firm that specialized in academic publishing. Her passions include sewing, knitting, trail running and candy.

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  • Ruth Aravena

    Communications Manager

    Ruth Aravena is Blue Chalk’s communications manager. She handles all aspects of social media and spreads the news about Blue Chalk’s projects and achievements. Before moving to New York City from Dublin, Ireland, Ruth worked as a social media manager and blogger for Ireland’s leading travel PR agency. She also worked at RTÉ, Ireland’s national broadcaster, as well as The Guardian in London. Ruth has an M.A. in journalism from Dublin City University. Her passions include exploring the hidden gems of New York City and devouring documentaries.

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  • Kayla Caldeira

    Studio Manager

    Kayla is Blue Chalk’s Studio Manager. She is a recent Cinematic Arts graduate with a Marketing minor. Before coming to Oregon, Kayla grew up on a little rock in the middle of the Pacific Ocean known as Oahu, HI. Her experiences growing up helped cultivate a love for the outdoors and cultural stories. Through those loves, she found a passion for visual storytelling. In her role, Kayla hopes to support the creation of work that inspires positive change in the world. In her time outside of Blue Chalk, you can find Kayla exploring the great outdoors or living out her mission to find the best chocolate cake.

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  • Jesse Crowell

    Associate Creative Director

    Jesse Crowell is an associate creative director at Blue Chalk who has also been a director, producer, and editor. He has been the creative lead on projects for clients such as TIME, Commonwealth Fund, and Airbnb. Other projects Jesse has worked on include “Nike Basketball: What It Takes,” a series of short films that featured several NBA players; “Let Knowledge Serve” and “Impossible Firsts,” videos created fundraising for faculty, students and programs at Portland State University, and “We Break Cycles,” a video for Open School, an alternative school in the Portland Public School system. Jesse is a native Oregonian and graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in journalism. He enjoys spending time outdoors, drinking coffee and being an awesome dude.


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  • Kenzie Bruce

    Associate Creative Director

    Kenzie Bruce is an associate creative director at Blue Chalk. Kenzie has worked on projects for TIME, The Foundry and Amazon. She is also a producer and creative lead for The Cabin Chronicles. Before joining the Blue Chalk team, she worked in digital communications roles at The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International in Atlanta and Westword in Denver. Kenzie is a Chicago native and a graduate of the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism. She loves running and long-exposure photography and is a certified Wildland Firefighter Type 2. 

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  • Natalie Taylor

    Senior Producer

    Natalie Taylor is a senior producer who has been with Blue Chalk since 2014. She built and led a team of producers, writers, editors and graphic designers to create more than 100 “explainer” videos for Pearson’s higher education digital platform. Natalie has also produced or directed projects for Discovery Education, TIME, Atlassian, the August Wilson Red Door Project and Fertility IQ. A native of eastern North Carolina, Natalie worked in research science, microbiology and zoology before pursuing filmmaking. She was a Roy H. Park Fellow at the University of North Carolina School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Natalie enjoys being in the garden, reading, owning chickens, biking and rock climbing.

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  • Matthew Slutsky

    Senior Producer

    Matthew Slutsky is a senior producer who joined Blue Chalk in 2017 to help develop and produce new film projects after years working in the political and online advocacy realms. Matthew has produced many storytelling projects, including “The Time Is Now,” a 2019 Super Bowl ad that promoted medical marijuana; “High Stakes: America’s Journey to the Affordable Care Act,” a 2020 short documentary created with the Commonwealth Fund; and the digital Food Network series “Fix Me a Plate,” staring celebrity chef Alex Guarnaschelli. Matthew lives in Philadelphia, PA, with his wife, young son and daughter, and a highly excitable sheepdog.

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  • Sebastian Weinberg

    Line Producer

    Sebastián Weinberg joined Blue Chalk Media in 2018. He has supervised numerous commercial, branded content, and documentary projects for clients such as Nike, Food Network, TIME, Wieden+Kennedy, Siegel+Gale, PBS, and The New Yorker. He is currently overseeing several productions for the upcoming launch of the Magnolia Network. Prior to joining Blue Chalk, Sebastián managed and produced multiple award-winning film, TV, and digital projects for such networks as Showtime, History Channel, CNN, ESPN, Hulu, and Maker Studios. His projects have premiered at the Sundance, Toronto, Tribeca, and SXSW film festivals. Sebastián grew up in New York City drinking coffee, playing the violin, and watching Bette Davis movies with his dad. He studied film and music performance at Vassar College. Sebastián lives in Philadelphia, PA. 

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  • Brooke Herbert

    Producer

    Brooke is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker, producer, and photojournalist based between Portland, Oregon, and New Delhi, India. Previously, she was a video producer at The Oregonian and a multimedia producer at the Chicago Tribune. She is a member of Women Photograph,The Journal collective and The Video Consortium. Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, she earned her Master’s degree in photojournalism and filmmaking from Ohio University, where she also taught courses in photo editing and photojournalism. Her interest in documentary photography began early — when she claimed her late grandfather’s piles of National Geographic magazines that he hoarded in his trailer in Kentucky. Shortly after, she ordered her first camera from the back of a cereal box — it was plastic, had no viewfinder and was her favorite toy. When she's not en route between India and the US, she can be found hiking, baking, and riding her bike.


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  • Peter Madsen

    Associate Producer

    Peter Madsen joined Blue Chalk in 2021 to serve as a researcher and assistant producer on a climate change documentary. Peter has a background in narrative journalism. His written work has appeared in more than 70 publications across the country, including The New York Times, U.S. News & World Report, and Thrasher magazine. A midwestern ex-New Yorker, Peter now calls Oregon home. He is finishing a master’s degree at the University of Oregon School of Journalism & Communication. In his free time, Peter races several cycling disciplines, including cyclocross, gravel, and mountain. He also speaks Spanish and itches to travel.

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  • Cherilyn Beckles

    Associate Producer

    Cherilyn Beckles is a producer based in New York who graduated with her Master's in Visual Communications. Before joining the Blue Chalk team she was a post coordinator at Buzzfeed and freelanced with a local production company called Black Cub Productions in Syracuse, NY as an editor and Director of Photography. Cherilyn is originally from Brooklyn, NY with a Trinidadian heritage and enjoys telling stories of underrepresented groups. If she is not holding a camera, you can find her kickboxing, playing zombies on her PS4, or being a cat mom to two beautiful cats, Sage and Pepper.

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  • Chaveli Guzman

    Associate Producer

    Chaveli Guzman is a producer from Tampa, Florida who is passionate about storytelling through filmmaking and photography. She received her master’s from Columbia Journalism School, where she dove into studying cinematic non-fiction storytelling. She enjoys the process of fusing strong visuals with compelling narratives — specifically the stories that touch on love and human connection. Her favorite things include being a dog-mom to her goldendoodle, Archie, watching movies, traveling, and drinking coffee or wine with friends and family. 

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  • Mariel Rodriguez-McGill

    Associate Producer

    Mariel Rodriguez-McGill is a video journalist focused on documentary filmmaking with a passion for telling inspirational and compelling stories. Mariel began her career as a producer, director, and editor at Rocky Mountain PBS in Denver, Colorado, where she helped develop the web series “Great Ingredients,” and the historical documentary series “Colorado Experience.” Mariel served for three years as Colorado's Deputy Film Commissioner during which time she directed an hour-long film on the National Governors Association, and her first feature-length documentary, “Built Beautiful,” exploring the intersection of architecture and neuroscience as they relate to health and well-being. Most recently, she co-directed “Stay the Course,” a half-hour film following high school students navigating adolescence along the shores of the Bronx River. She received a BA from Boston College and holds master’s degrees from the University of Denver and Columbia Journalism School.

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  • Michael Fearon

    Associate Producer

    Michael Fearon is a filmmaker & Associate Producer at Blue Chalk. His documentary work focuses on people engaging with the natural world. Michael has produced films about a young Sherpa in Nepal, a female-owned family farm in New Jersey, and a school for autistic children. A San Francisco native, Michael previously worked at the Council on Foreign Relations, where he helped produce instructional videos for high school and college students. Michael is a recent graduate of Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, where he studied documentary filmmaking. In 2019, Michael hiked 1000 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, a journey that continues to influence his work. Michael lives in New York City and enjoys biking in traffic, running along the Hudson, and spending time with his dog, newborn son, and partner Holly. 

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  • Kennedy Smith

    Production Fellow

    Chicago Native Kennedy Smith is a creative who loves storytelling, editing, and music. After getting her bachelor's degree in Public Relations, she switched gears and pursued her passion for all things media. She is now studying to get her master’s in Multimedia, Photography, and Design at Syracuse University. In her free time, she loves listening to music and making playlists for her friends, curling up under a tree with a good book or going out to eat and drink with friends. 

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  • Jamie Francis

    Director of Photography

    Jamie Francis is a director of photography and joined the Blue Chalk team in 2013. He has traveled to all seven continents and worked on such projects as “The India 100,” a breathtakingly stunning series of videos for the Indian Ministry of Tourism; “Travel Oregon: Wish You Were Here,” which celebrates several winter destinations in Oregon; “Apart. Not Alone,” a series on empathy for TIME; and “Quiet No More,” a short documentary about the Reverend Sharon Risher, whose mother was killed in the 2015 massacre at the historically black Mother Emanuel AME Church in South Carolina. Prior to joining Blue Chalk, Jamie worked for the Oregonian as a photojournalist. He counts dark chocolate and exploring the outdoors as two of life’s necessities.

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  • Jason Greene

    Director of Photography and Editor
    Jason Greene is a director of photography at Blue Chalk who has worked on projects for Nike, Magnolia Network, Boston Children’s Hospital, Pearson Education, Vastenactie, CARE International, and more. He is interested in social issues and the collaborative nature of filmmaking. He was the director of photography for “55 Days” and a cinematographer for “Canyon Song,” a film created with National Parks Experience about two young sisters learning about their Navajo culture and history within the sacred walls of Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Jason has a master's degree in photography, multimedia and design from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University and is the multimedia director at TakingFocus.org. Outside of work Jason’s interests include skateboarding, surfing, fermenting and exploring the Pacific Northwest with his dog, Frannie.


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  • Chris Janjic

    Director of Photography

    Chris Janjic is a director of photography at Blue Chalk. Among the projects he has worked on are “The Red Door Project: Evolve,” a video showcasing the August Wilson Red Door Project’s unique approach to theater and generating conversation about racial issues; “The Best Men Can Be,” a series of short films for Gillette featuring ordinary men and their thoughts on masculinity; “Impossible Firsts,” a video for Portland State University that celebrates the achievements of five people from the PSU community; and “Pearson World Religions: Judaism,” a video profile of Judaism to accompany Pearson’s World Religions textbook. Before joining Blue Chalk, Chris worked at Stephen Wilkes Photography as first assistant and associate video producer. He was also an associate producer on “Jay Myself,” which premiered at DocNYC. Chris studied photojournalism at Syracuse University. He is a FAA certified Part 107 Remote Pilot and a certified Wildland Firefighter Type 2.

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  • Eric Maierson

    Senior Editor

    Eric Maierson is a writer and two-time Emmy-winning video editor and producer. His work has appeared on The New Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, and Time. Most recently he edited the first hour of a four-part series on veterans in America for PBS as well as the series "Reset" for Vice.tv. His work has received four Webby Awards, the Alfred I. Dupont-Columbia Award, the Edward R. Murrow Award, and 10 Emmy nominations, including two wins. Eric's short films have played at film festivals around the world, and his prose has appeared in The New Yorker, Playboy, Mountain Man Dance Moves: The McSweeney’s Book of Lists. He is also the writer and director of the critically acclaimed theatrical play "Reprise." Originally from Houston, Eric earned his master of fine arts in creative writing at Emerson College. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Ellen, and their rascal dog, Beanie.

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  • José Márquez

    Editor

    José Márquez is an editor who has contributed to a number of projects, including “Pearson Spanish,” a series of 15 videos for Pearson’s Aula Abierto Elementary Spanish course; “The Best Men Can Be,” a series of short films for Gillette featuring ordinary men and their thoughts on masculinity; and “Growing Floret,” a miniseries about Floret farm for Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Network. José grew up in a family of migrant workers in the Salinas Valley farming region of California. Hispanic culture and the area’s distinctive landscapes, as well as the high number of violent crimes, contributed to José’s passion for visual storytelling. When he’s not working, José enjoys creating art, trying to turn his home into a forest and spoiling his dog, Gus.

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  • Maria Kjellstrand

    Editor

    Maria Kjellstrand is an editor who has been with Blue Chalk since 2016. She has worked on a number of projects, including “American Beat: Cops and Refugees Join Forces in Boise,” which aired on Idaho Public Television and won a Northwest Regional Emmy Award; “The Blackfeet Flood,” a documentary about the 1964 flood that devastated the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana; “Growing Floret,” a miniseries about Floret farm for Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Network; and “Fix Me a Plate,” a Food Network web series hosted by chef Alex Guarnaschelli. A graduate of Carleton College in MN, Maria enjoys hiking in Portland’s Forest Park, borrowing way too many library books, and befriending other people’s dogs.

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  • Sarah Bourscheid

    Editor

    Sarah Bourscheid is a video editor at Blue Chalk. She worked on “Growing Floret,” a miniseries about Erin Benzakein and Floret Farms for the Magnolia Network, and loves editing anything with verité footage. A New Jersey native, Sarah made her way to the West Coast to study visual journalism at Brooks Institute. Her passions include making photos at county fairs, gardening, and exploring with her dog, Olive.

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  • Margaret Cheatham Williams

    Editor

    Margaret Cheatham Williams is an Emmy-nominated film producer and editor, driven to stories that examine the intersection of health, family, and personal identity. Previously she was a documentarian at The New York Times, where, in addition to covering the Olympics, politics, and national news, she piloted Conception — a highly visual and lyrical exploration of the myriad ways that people become parents and the journey that ensues. She was a video intern for The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and MediaStorm, an award-winning multimedia production house. She completed a bachelor's degree in 2011 from the School of Media and Journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she studied photojournalism and French. Margaret loves pineapple, lives in San Francisco with her husband, her son, and the other love of her life — their West Virginian mutt, Duma.

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  • Leandro Badalotti

    Editor

    Leandro Badalotti is an editor and colorist who has worked on projects for The New Yorker, International Committee of the Red Cross, Magnum Photos, and Gagosian Gallery, among others. Drawn to projects with social issues at their core, Leandro has worked on both short and long-form documentaries about subjects in Afghanistan, Colombia, Yemen, and Vietnam. He also edited and co-produced the award-winning film Thao's Library. The film screened at dozens of film festivals and premiered in AMC Theaters nationwide. In 2021, Leandro co-directed and edited the short film Tall Tales with True Queens which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival.

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  • Luz Carasa

    Editor

    Luz Carasa is an editor, writer, and storyteller based in the Pacific Northwest. She has worked on several award-winning documentary films that have been selected at various international film festivals. She has contributed to projects for PBS/OPB including Hacking the Mind and The Oregon Field Guide. She has also worked as a commercial editor for different post houses and agencies with clients such as Toyota, Nike, Adidas, and Columbia Sportswear. Luz grew up in Spain and completed two bachelor's degrees in Philosophy with a minor in Anthropology and in Audiovisual Communications. She attended universities in Madrid, Barcelona, and Berlin. She also has a master's degree in Screenplay Writing. Luz enjoys traveling, surfing, gardening, and watching old movies. She lives in Portland with her husband, daughter, dog, and two chickens.

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  • Conner Lee

    Motion Graphics Designer

    Conner Lee is a motion graphics designer. He created the motion graphics on a series of “explainer” videos for Pearson Education as well as for Thrive Global, a company founded by Arianna Huffington that focuses on reducing employee stress through behavior change technology. Conner was also the motion graphics designer for the official lyric video for hip-hop artist Xiuhtezcatl’s song S.W.Y.M. and “TED Partners: Dropbox,” a short documentary about the use of haptic technology created in collaboration with TED and Dropbox. Conner studied graphic design and European history at Syracuse University. His interests include medium-format film photography, history and exploring the wonders of the internet. He has no pets nor any plants (he dreams of one day changing this).

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  • Miró Merrill

    Graphic Designer

    Miró Merrill is a graphic designer and illustrator who helps build the visual identity for a wide range of projects and new work at Blue Chalk. She joined the team in 2018 to bring her creative and artistic sensibility to a graphics-intensive series of “explainer” videos for Pearson Education. Miró also worked on the graphic treatments on “JCPenney: Back to You,” a series of short videos celebrating teaching and the back-to-school season; “How Seamus Gets a Fish,” a video for the Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative featuring Blue Chalk creative director Rob Finch’s son as he learns about responsibility and recycling; and an animated series about asthma for a pharmaceutical company. Miró uses art as a therapeutic process and when not at work paints and draws.

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  • Aubrey Moore

    Associate Editor

    Aubrey Moore is an associate editor at Blue Chalk. She has worked on such projects as “Growing Floret,” a miniseries about Floret farm for Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Network, and a series of “explainer” videos for Thrive Global, a company founded by Arianna Huffington that focuses on reducing employee stress through behavior change technology. Aubrey is Blue Chalk’s resident troubleshooter for technical issues. She graduated from Providence College with a degree in political science and global studies and attended Syracuse University for multimedia, photography, and design. Aubrey attended the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop and won the 2017 College Photographer of the Year award for the illustration category.

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  • Caroline Weaver

    Junior Editor

    Caroline Weaver is a Junior Editor at Blue Chalk. Before joining the team, she helped establish the video department of a real estate company, worked as an assistant editor on a documentary feature film and supported the development departments of multiple production companies. Her short documentary “Mixed Feelings”, a film about being mixed race in America, premiered at the 2019 Austin Asian American Film Festival. Caroline is a Texas native and a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Radio-TV-Film. Outside of work, you can find her biking around town, reading memoirs or tending to her fruit sprouts

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  • Ian Miller

    Post Production Intern

    Sarah Miller is a post-production intern at Blue Chalk. They are a recent graduate of the University of Oregon with a major in journalism and minor in multimedia. Sarah's fascination of nature, fine arts, and social and climate justice has led them to pursue a career in visual storytelling. Some of their recent work includes a large storytelling project with a science journalism class which documented and told the stories of the Holiday Farm Fire of 2020. Sarah created a behind-the-scenes video of the project and a video story on a local firefighter and drone pilot who used his drone to prevent further destruction. Some of their favorite free-time passions are taking videos and photos of their adventures, writing music, playing guitar, collecting tattoos, and spending time with their partner and two fantastically strange dogs. 

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Careers

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Blue Chalk Media is an equal opportunity employer committed to an inclusive workplace. We do not tolerate sexual harassment or discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender identity, age, national origin, veteran status or disability. We believe that our differences make us stronger and that working together with respect for each individual is essential to the success of our company as a whole.