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Justin Sherburn is a composer, producer, and musical director based in Austin, Texas.   He composes for feature films and produces music for theater and dance companies as well as writing and recording for his groups Montopolis and Highway Lights.  In Spring 2020, Justin was chosen as an artist in residence at Acadia National Park.  In 2019, he was awarded the Innovations grant by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Mid-America Arts Alliance.  His previous awards include the audience award at SXSW Film Festival, "Best Music" at the Ocean Blue Film Festival, the B Iden Payne award for best musical director and best original score, and the Austin Critics Table award for Music Composition.    


He has had a long and varied career as a touring musician, working with indie rock group Okkervil River, the tango orchestra “Glovertango” and the swing band 8 1/2 Souvenirs, sharing the stage with legends such as Willie Nelson, Roky Erickson, Brian Setzer and Wilco, appearing on the David Letterman, Conan O'Brien, and Jimmy Fallon television shows, and performing at festivals around the globe from Coachella to Primavera Sound in Barcelona to the Laneway Festival in Australia. 


His original compositions combine traditional orchestral instrumentation with analog synthesizers, digital programming, and field recordings.  


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Anlo Sepulveda


Anlo Sepulveda 
is an award-winning filmmaker whose most recent work, "Yakona," premiered at SXSW in 2014 and won the Audience Award for Best Documentary in the Visions category. "Yakona," an experimental documentary told from the perspective of the San Marcos River, screened at numerous film festivals worldwide, garnering multiple awards and glowing press reviews. 

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Christopher Zebo



Christopher Zebo is an award-winning photographer whose photos of Texas have been seen by millions of people worldwide. His work for the state of Texas’ tourism bureau captured everything from the beaches to the mountains, the cities to the deserts—and everything in-between.  He has taught photography workshops and given lectures at Texas A&M, and his photos of the state have appeared in numerous publications around the world.

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Reagan Lee Jobe

Aerial Cinematographer


Reagan Lee Jobe is an aerial cinematographer based in Fort Worth, Texas. Years of experience In extreme sports inform his unique creative vision. Reagan's ability to capture stunning and stable images with high performance racing drones is unparalleled in the industry. 

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Wendy Gordon, PhD

Climate Consultant


Wendy Gordon is a science and policy expert working on how climate change impacts water and species. She is the Founder of Climate Action Texas, a climate change information hub. She received a PhD in Botany from The University of Texas at Austin, an MS in Natural Resource Policy from the University of Michigan, and a BA in Biology from Brown University.  A former Texas state employee, she now has a consulting business in Austin, TX.

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Megan O'Connell

Ecologist and Conservationist

Megan O'Connell is an ecological researcher and science communicator completing her PhD at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research is focused on the interactions of plants and their pollinators, and how these species are navigating the complexities of habitat loss and climate change.

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Sunday Ballew

Interviews and Photography

Sunday Ballew is a multi-media artist and educator from Austin, TX. She received an MFA in Studio Art from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland and a BA in Germanic Studies and Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin. She exhibits nationally, is a former co-director of Clamp Light Studios & Gallery in San Antonio, TX, and lectures at St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX. 

Leon Alesi                                                                                              Ultralite Films

Troublepuppet Theater Company                                                     Okkervil River

Yakona                                                                                                    Above All Else

San Marcos River Foundation                                                            Wren and Shark


Church of the Friendly Ghost                                                              Fiege Films

Tongue and Groove Theater                                                               Ethan Azarian

Glovertango                                                                                           Minnow Mountain

Austin Museum of Digital Art                                                              Golden Hornet Project

Mishnoon                                                                                                Arcos Films

Recspec                                                                                                  Tosca String Quartet

Monkeytown                                                                                           Christopher Blay

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