KAHLIL HUDSON, Director | Cinematographer - Kahlil is a Native Tligit Alaskan and currently a professor of film at Santa Fe’s Institute of American Indian Arts. His first feature documentary Low & Clear premiered at SXSW and went on to screen at numerous festivals including True/False, HotDocs, and IDFA. His second feature WILDLAND premiered at the Camden International Film Festival, was acquired for worldwide distribution by FilmRise and played to an audience of over 1.8 million on PBS in October of 2018. Kahlil received the Sundance Institute | Discovery Impact fellowship in January of 2018.







ALEX JABLONSKI, Director | Editor - Alex produced and co-directed WILDLAND which premiered on PBS’ Independent Lens in October of 2018,and was supported with grants from Sundance, ITVS and Telluride MountainFilm. The film is currently playing in theaters nationwide. Previously he produced and edited Low & Clear, which premiered at SXSW where it won the Audience Award. Alex also created the documentary project Sparrow Songs in which he made one short documentary a month, every month for a year. The project developed a worldwide following and he was named to Filmmaker Magazine’s list of The 25 New Faces of Independent Film. The series was spotlighted at Sundance and screened at SXSW at IDFA.  In 2018, Alex was named as the Sundance Institute I Discovery Impact Fellow.








TYLER HUGHEN, Director | Producer - Tyler has spent most of his life either on the water or in the mountains.  Growing up surfing in Encinitas, working summers as a fly fishing guide in Colorado and a formal media arts education in Montana led to joining an oceanographic expedition team with SIO where he has traveled the globe and clocked over 300 days at sea.  Life changing trips like paddling 1,000 miles across the Northwest Territories and dropping out to captain a small sailboat down the coast of Mexico for a year have left Tyler with a deep resourcefulness that he brings to any production.

Tyler's debut documentary "Low and Clear" was named by Paste Magazine as "the best documentary of the year" and went on to make the same publications "top 100 documentaries of all time" list.