Tracy Dorsey has enjoyed a long and distinguished career as a producer of non-fiction television. She works regularly with The Duncan Entertainment Group
and produces a weekly series for CNN. Tracy can be reached at Tracy@DuncanEntertainment.com
Vivien Williams works with The Duncan Entertainment Group
in the development and production of non-fiction programming. She is an award winning news anchor, producer and reporter with expertise in health and medical programming. Williams also reports regularly for cable and network news outlets. Vivien can be reached at Vivien@DuncanEntertainment.com.
Farah Chaudhry works regularly with The Duncan Entertainment Group
on non-fiction programming. While based in Nairobi, Farah established herself as one of Africa's leading producers and production managers. At present, Farah is completing her Masters in Journalism at Northwestern University in Chicago. She also serves as a producer and production liaison on co-productions between Nairobi-based Camerapix, A-24 Media and the Duncan Entertainment Group. Farah can be reached at Farah@Camerapix.com.
David Crouse is an executive producer with the Crouse Entertainment Group. Crouse and Duncan have collaborated on numerous television documentaries since 1990 including The Magic Never Ends and The Reagan Presidency. He can be reached via email at David@CrouseEntertainment.com
Salim Amin has enjoyed a distinguished career as one of Africa's leading journalists. A multiple award winner for his films and reporting, Amin is involved with Duncan on several collaborations. Amin can be reached via email at Salim.Amin@Camerapix.com
Kevin McCarey has worked on numerous projects in collaboration with Chip Duncan since 1986. McCarey is highly regarded as the writer/director/producer of several critically acclaimed documentaries including the Peabody and EMMY award-winning Portrait of America series for the Turner Networks. For National Geographic Specials, McCarey wrote and co-directed the EMMY-winning Sea Monsters. He also wrote the EMMY-nominated Tigers of the Snow and Dolphins: The Wild Side as well as Okavango, Storm of the Century, and Adventures in Time. McCarey also worked as Supervising Producer for National Geographic Television's Natural History Unit where he won an Emmy for Wolf Pack.
Chicago-based Bill Youmans career includes producing and directing and he has a well established reputation as a director of photography. Youmans and The Duncan Entertainment Group began collaborating more than twenty years ago on a major documentary featuring India for Discovery Networks. Youmans can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org