Our Team

  DIRECTOR, PRODUCER / Christine Delp   Christine is a documentary producer and director based in Durham, North Carolina. She is currently producing the documentary feature BURDEN OF PROOF, directed by Emmy- and Peabody-winning filmmaker Cynthia Hill. Christine began working with Hill as an outreach coordinator for PRIVATE VIOLENCE (HBO) and has since worked as associate producer for Seasons 3-5 of Hill’s A CHEF'S LIFE (PBS) and ROAD TO RACE DAY (Verizon Go90/Complex Networks). Christine is also currently co-producing the documentary feature THE LAST PARTERA. Films produced by Christine have been supported by HBO, Sundance Documentary Film Program, Tribeca Film Institute, IFP, Big Sky Pitch, and the Southern Documentary Fund. Christine is a Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude graduate of Duke University, where she studied at the Center for Documentary Studies.

DIRECTOR, PRODUCER / Christine Delp

Christine is a documentary producer and director based in Durham, North Carolina. She is currently producing the documentary feature BURDEN OF PROOF, directed by Emmy- and Peabody-winning filmmaker Cynthia Hill. Christine began working with Hill as an outreach coordinator for PRIVATE VIOLENCE (HBO) and has since worked as associate producer for Seasons 3-5 of Hill’s A CHEF'S LIFE (PBS) and ROAD TO RACE DAY (Verizon Go90/Complex Networks). Christine is also currently co-producing the documentary feature THE LAST PARTERA. Films produced by Christine have been supported by HBO, Sundance Documentary Film Program, Tribeca Film Institute, IFP, Big Sky Pitch, and the Southern Documentary Fund. Christine is a Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude graduate of Duke University, where she studied at the Center for Documentary Studies.

  DIRECTOR, PRODUCER, EDITOR / Pilar Timpane   Pilar is a filmmaker based in Durham, NC. She was associate producer and editor of the award-winning oceanography documentary ATLANTIC CROSSING: A ROBOT'S DARING MISSION, which premiered at the Smithsonian’s Baird Auditorium in 2010 and was featured in a two-year exhibit in Sant Ocean Hall. ATLANTIC CROSSING also screened at festivals and aired on PBS stations around the country. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, Scientific American, The Economist, MSNBC.com, The Financial Times, and elsewhere. Pilar holds a B.A. from Rutgers University and a master’s degree from Duke Divinity School. In her master’s work, she focused on image studies and ethics through an interdisciplinary theology and arts approach. Her work has focused on Latin America, immigration, religion, and women’s stories. She is currently producing the documentary feature THE LAST PARTERA, which has been supported by Big Sky Pitch and the Southern Documentary Fund.

DIRECTOR, PRODUCER, EDITOR / Pilar Timpane

Pilar is a filmmaker based in Durham, NC. She was associate producer and editor of the award-winning oceanography documentary ATLANTIC CROSSING: A ROBOT'S DARING MISSION, which premiered at the Smithsonian’s Baird Auditorium in 2010 and was featured in a two-year exhibit in Sant Ocean Hall. ATLANTIC CROSSING also screened at festivals and aired on PBS stations around the country. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, Scientific American, The Economist, MSNBC.com, The Financial Times, and elsewhere. Pilar holds a B.A. from Rutgers University and a master’s degree from Duke Divinity School. In her master’s work, she focused on image studies and ethics through an interdisciplinary theology and arts approach. Her work has focused on Latin America, immigration, religion, and women’s stories. She is currently producing the documentary feature THE LAST PARTERA, which has been supported by Big Sky Pitch and the Southern Documentary Fund.

  ASSOCIATE PRODUCER, CINEMATOGRAPHER / Bridgette Cyr   Bridgette Cyr is a Roy H. Park Fellow and master’s candidate in visual communications at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Bridgette's producing has taken her to the improbably named Dismal Swamp of North Carolina to home studios of hip-hop artists in Havana, Cuba. It is in these unexplored places that she finds the quiet and original personalities who become her subjects and collaborators in visual storytelling. Her work has been recognized by the 72nd College Photographer of the Year competition, the Online Journalism Awards and the 37th Frame photojournalism showcase.

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER, CINEMATOGRAPHER / Bridgette Cyr

Bridgette Cyr is a Roy H. Park Fellow and master’s candidate in visual communications at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Bridgette's producing has taken her to the improbably named Dismal Swamp of North Carolina to home studios of hip-hop artists in Havana, Cuba. It is in these unexplored places that she finds the quiet and original personalities who become her subjects and collaborators in visual storytelling. Her work has been recognized by the 72nd College Photographer of the Year competition, the Online Journalism Awards and the 37th Frame photojournalism showcase.

  EDITOR/ Kelly Creedon   Kelly Creedon is an independent documentary filmmaker and visual journalist whose work focuses on using intimate storytelling as a means to explore communities and the questions that unite and divide us. Her work has been featured in Vimeo Staff Picks, National Geographic, the Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, the Huffington Post, REEL SOUTH, the PBS Online Film Festival and the Bitter Southerner, among others. She is the editor of the feature-length documentary FARMSTEADERS and her short documentary IN THIS WORLD screened widely at festivals around the country and was recognized by Pictures of the Year International and the Alexia Foundation. She has taught visual journalism and documentary storytelling at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and the UNC Chapel Hill School of Media and Journalism, where she received her MA in Visual Communication. She is a graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.

EDITOR/ Kelly Creedon

Kelly Creedon is an independent documentary filmmaker and visual journalist whose work focuses on using intimate storytelling as a means to explore communities and the questions that unite and divide us. Her work has been featured in Vimeo Staff Picks, National Geographic, the Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, the Huffington Post, REEL SOUTH, the PBS Online Film Festival and the Bitter Southerner, among others. She is the editor of the feature-length documentary FARMSTEADERS and her short documentary IN THIS WORLD screened widely at festivals around the country and was recognized by Pictures of the Year International and the Alexia Foundation. She has taught visual journalism and documentary storytelling at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and the UNC Chapel Hill School of Media and Journalism, where she received her MA in Visual Communication. She is a graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.

  IMPACT PRODUCER / Katherine Guerrero   Katherine is a third year student at Duke Divinity School and student pastor at City Well United Methodist Church in Durham, NC. She grew up in Lima, Peru and moved to the United States at the age of 15. As an undergraduate at the University of Texas at Austin, she focused her studies on the history of Latin America, seeking to understand how experiences of displacement form and shape her community. After graduation, she worked for a legal non-profit and later served as the Community Pastor for a United Methodist Mission in one of the most populous Latino communities in Dallas. Her passions are relationship-building, social advocacy, discipleship and pastoral care with Latino families and immigrant communities.

IMPACT PRODUCER / Katherine Guerrero

Katherine is a third year student at Duke Divinity School and student pastor at City Well United Methodist Church in Durham, NC. She grew up in Lima, Peru and moved to the United States at the age of 15. As an undergraduate at the University of Texas at Austin, she focused her studies on the history of Latin America, seeking to understand how experiences of displacement form and shape her community. After graduation, she worked for a legal non-profit and later served as the Community Pastor for a United Methodist Mission in one of the most populous Latino communities in Dallas. Her passions are relationship-building, social advocacy, discipleship and pastoral care with Latino families and immigrant communities.

  LOCATION PRODUCER, CINEMATOGRAPHER / Victoria Bouloubasis   Victoria Bouloubasis is a writer, journalist and filmmaker whose writing has appeared in Guernica, The Guardian, The American Prospect, Bon Appetit and INDY Week. She is a director of THE LAST PARTERA, a documentary in production about the feminist fight for midwifery in rural Costa Rica. In 2014, Victoria directed “Un Buen Carnicero,” a bilingual documentary produced by Vittles Films and Southern Foodways Alliance. The film was selected for the 2015 PBS Online Film Festival, the 2016 Indie Grits Film Festival, and as the encore film of the 2015 NC Latin American Film Festival. Victoria graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill's School of Journalism and Mass Communication with a focus on news writing and a second degree in Spanish. She completed her master’s degree in Folklore from UNC-Chapel Hill in May 2016 and currently lives in Durham, North Carolina.

LOCATION PRODUCER, CINEMATOGRAPHER / Victoria Bouloubasis

Victoria Bouloubasis is a writer, journalist and filmmaker whose writing has appeared in Guernica, The Guardian, The American Prospect, Bon Appetit and INDY Week. She is a director of THE LAST PARTERA, a documentary in production about the feminist fight for midwifery in rural Costa Rica. In 2014, Victoria directed “Un Buen Carnicero,” a bilingual documentary produced by Vittles Films and Southern Foodways Alliance. The film was selected for the 2015 PBS Online Film Festival, the 2016 Indie Grits Film Festival, and as the encore film of the 2015 NC Latin American Film Festival. Victoria graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill's School of Journalism and Mass Communication with a focus on news writing and a second degree in Spanish. She completed her master’s degree in Folklore from UNC-Chapel Hill in May 2016 and currently lives in Durham, North Carolina.

  DESIGNER / Emily Yue   Emily is a recent UNC-Chapel Hill graduate of photojournalism and studio art who spent their childhood moving between North Carolina, China and Hong Kong. Their work in animation, illustration and audio/visual reporting explores the intersections of gender, race and wellbeing through modern media. They have worked previously with The Daily Tar Heel, NPR Next Generation Radio and Allied Media Projects. Drawing brings them joy and they incorporate that joy into their work as a visual journalist.

DESIGNER / Emily Yue

Emily is a recent UNC-Chapel Hill graduate of photojournalism and studio art who spent their childhood moving between North Carolina, China and Hong Kong. Their work in animation, illustration and audio/visual reporting explores the intersections of gender, race and wellbeing through modern media. They have worked previously with The Daily Tar Heel, NPR Next Generation Radio and Allied Media Projects. Drawing brings them joy and they incorporate that joy into their work as a visual journalist.

  CINEMATOGRAPHER / Blaire Johnson   Blaire Johnson is a documentary filmmaker, cinematographer and aerial cinematographer. Credits include: 2015 & 2016 Emmy nominations for cinematography for Cynthia Hill’s A CHEF’S LIFE (currently airing on PBS). DP for STRAWS Film premiering at Sonoma International Film Festival in 2017. Cinematography for NOMINATION, First Look Media for Vanity Fair (2016). Cinematography & aerial cinematography for Nancy Buirski’s THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR (2016). Co-Director and DP on BRINGING IT HOME, which won the Director’s Choice Award for Best Environmental Film at the Sedona International Film Festival (2014) & the Jury Award from Wild & Scenic Film Festival (2014). Director & cinematographer on MARY’S GONE WILD, which premiered at Full Frame (2006) and aired on PBS (2006).

CINEMATOGRAPHER / Blaire Johnson

Blaire Johnson is a documentary filmmaker, cinematographer and aerial cinematographer. Credits include: 2015 & 2016 Emmy nominations for cinematography for Cynthia Hill’s A CHEF’S LIFE (currently airing on PBS). DP for STRAWS Film premiering at Sonoma International Film Festival in 2017. Cinematography for NOMINATION, First Look Media for Vanity Fair (2016). Cinematography & aerial cinematography for Nancy Buirski’s THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR (2016). Co-Director and DP on BRINGING IT HOME, which won the Director’s Choice Award for Best Environmental Film at the Sedona International Film Festival (2014) & the Jury Award from Wild & Scenic Film Festival (2014). Director & cinematographer on MARY’S GONE WILD, which premiered at Full Frame (2006) and aired on PBS (2006).