Over the past year, I have been fortunate to travel around the world telling stories about how big data and high-performance computing are changing our lives. I’ve worked with NASA, Argonne, Lawrence Berkeley Labs, Juelich Supercomputing Center, Caltech and others to help tell these unique stories.
Currently, I’m producing, directing and writing a documentary and podcast series for American Public Television on distracted driving (to be released in late 2018), as well as working with great corporate and nonprofit clients to help tell their stories.
From 2008-2016, I created, executive produced and series produced two national public television music series, Infinity Hall Live and The Kate. Both shows are currently in distribution in 92 percent of public TV markets, on-line and on social media. I have produced over 40 shows for these series with major artists such as Melissa Etheridge, Tori Amos, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Jane Lynch, Rita Wilson, Darlene Love, Ann Wilson (Heart), Rickie Lee Jones, the Revivalists and many more. These shows have received attention in Rolling Stone Magazine, People Magazine.com, USA Today, the New York Times and more!
In addition, over the past 20 years, I have produced public television documentaries on topics ranging from climate change to gun control, and I’ve won 9 Emmy Awards for that work.
Since many productions require travel, I have contract crews available in Europe, Asia and throughout the United States, and often provide international crewing services for clients. I’ve shot stories in Haiti, Nigeria, Kenya, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and throughout China, Europe, Canada and the USA.
In addition, my family and I enjoy doing home exchanges throughout the world. Over the past five years, we’ve enjoyed extended stays in Spain, the Netherlands (multiple times), Sweden and Austria.
senior producer/corporate liaison
Catherine Sager is responsible for developing Boyd Productions corporate client base and works on select projects. Over the course of Ms. Sager’s career, she has worked on long and short form programming for Fortune 100 companies, NOVA, PBS, American Public Television, The Discovery Channel, The National Institute for Mental Health and the
National Park Service. This work has garnered national awards including a Peabody, a Telly, and numerous Emmy’s. Her one-hour, public television documentary, Autism: Coming of Age, was chosen by judges from CBS, NBC, ABC and the PBS News Hour as the winner of the 2012 National Institute for Health Care Management Television Journalism Award. Recent recipients of this prestigious award include Frontline and 60-Minutes. The scope of her work covers engineering, history, healthcare and financial services.