Joe Murphy is an environmental policy analyst and activist, attorney and filmmaker. He has directed two feature films and multiple shorts, including environmental Public Service Announcements that explore sustainability issues through humor. Earth Day 2030 reflects his interests and academic studies in communications, law, economics and environmental education.
Jon Russell Cring is ready to bring all his passion and on the job experience to Earth Day 2030. Known as an Award Winning Director and Screenwriter of over eighteen feature films, twenty short films, and three television series, Jon’s hard-won knowledge means he’s ready for anything. Whether he’s producing his own films or working hard with talented filmmakers, Jon brings creativity and enthusiasm to the table. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2625253
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Award-winning Director of Photography Tracy Nichole Cring brings twenty years of experience to Earth Day 2030. She’s shot over thirty-three feature length narrative and documentary films including multi-award winning “Darcy.” Working as an Editor also informs her shooting style as she understands what will be needed to piece together the story and emotion of the film. As a student of art and photography, she has trained her creative eye to find the essence of a scene swiftly. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1409098
Rob is a climate policy analyst and the Executive Director of the Anam Earth Center for Sustainability and Culture, which is presenting Earth Day 2030. The Anam Earth Center is an environmental education non-profit working for the transition toward sustainable, resilient and vibrant local communities, economies, watershed ecosystems and democratic governance. Rob and the Anam Earth Center are developing innovating media tools for fostering a New Story for this 21st century Age of the Anthropocene.