ERIK EWERS Co-Director and editor Erik Ewers has worked with documentary filmmaker Ken Burns for more than 28 years on almost all of his single and multi-episodic films, including Baseball, Jazz, Mark Twain, The War, Prohibition, The National Parks, The Roosevelts, The Vietnam War, and Country Music. He currently serves as
CHRIS EWERS Cinematographer and Co-Director Christopher Loren Ewers' career behind the camera has spanned over 20 years. He studied cinematography at Boston University, photojournalism at the New England School of Photography and has traveled the world exploring the human experience through the lens. His eclectic work includes a variety of subjects, formats
SALIMAH EL-AMIN Salimah El-Amin is a co-producer on a forthcoming documentary film about the life and work of Ernest Hemingway. Directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, Hemingway is slated to be released in 2021. She was also a producer on College Behind Bars, a documentary film directed by Lynn Novick.
JULIE DUNFEY Julie A. Dunfey began her association with Ken Burns and Florentine Films in 1986 as a co-producer of The Civil War and Thomas Hart Benton. Thomas Hart Benton, which was broadcast in 1989, received a Blue Ribbon at the American Film Festival. The Civil War, for which Julie received an
DAYTON DUNCAN Dayton Duncan is an award-winning writer and documentary filmmaker. He is the author of twelve books. Out West: A Journey Through Lewis & Clark’s America chronicles his retracing of the Lewis and Clark trail. Grass Roots: One Year in the Life of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary is
JULIE COFFMAN A graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design, Julie Coffman worked as a graphic designer for ten years before joining Ewers Brothers Productions where she has produced and co-produced numerous films including: Coke Zero: Sam’s Story; American Academy of Arts and Sciences; The Residue Years (based on the novel
SARAH BURNS Sarah Burns is the author of The Central Park Five: A Chronicle of a City Wilding (Knopf, 2011) and, along with David McMahon and Ken Burns, the producer, writer and director of the documentary The Central Park Five, about the five Black and Latino teenagers who were wrongly convicted in
KEVIN BAKER Kevin Baker is a novelist, historian, and journalist. He is the author of five novels, including Dreamland, Strivers Row, The Big Crowd, and Paradise Alley, winner of the American Book Award—and, with Danijel Zezelj, the graphic novel, Luna Park. In history, he is the author of America the Ingenious,