Storytellers for Good is a team of passionate journalists and photographers who seek to use their skills to inspire optimism and change. We aim to tell and promote stories of people and organizations making a positive difference.
Cara Jones is a multiple Emmy Award winning writer, reporter, and producer with vast experience in using video to tell compelling, inspiring human-interest stories. She has more than a decade of experience in broadcast journalism and has reported for network affiliates in Southwest Florida, Boston and the San Francisco Bay Area. Having been frustrated by the tragedy focused and negative nature of local news, she seeks to use her skills to tell personal stories that move and inspire. She founded Storytellers for Good in 2009. Cara is a graduate of Princeton University with a degree in public policy. She volunteers with the Big Sister Association, speaks Spanish and has back-packed through South America, Europe, and India. Cara is also a yoga teacher, life coach and part-time instructor in the Multimedia Communications Department at the Academy of Art University.
Email: email@example.com | LinkedIn:/pub/cara-jones
Videographer/ Web Design
Bow Jones is an award winning videographer, editor, web designer and artist. He has created promotional videos for schools and non-profits around the country and world. Bow has traveled, lived and volunteered in more than 20 countries and is a graduate of SUNY Purchase where he studied film. He is passionate about sustainable living, rock climbing and designing his own line of unique T-shirts which have been sold nationwide.
His website: www.bowjones.com
Theodore Allen is a San Francisco Bay Area filmmaker who has worked on projects domestically and internationally. His passion for filmmaking has taken him to numerous countries including Israel, Jordan and Korea, often times to participate in volunteer activities. Ted first started shooting video at 15 years old and, in the last decade, has worked as a cinematographer, editor, and director on separate projects. He loves both the creative and technical aspects of his work and strives to use his skills to push the envelope of independent film making. Ted studied film at San Francisco State University and co-founded Verus Productions:
Erica Hintergardt is a veteran TV and documentary photojournalist with more than 15 years of experience. Her work has been recognized with regional Emmy nominations as well as several citations by the National Press Photographers Association, Bay Area Press Photographers, The Pass Award, Radio Television News Directors Association and many other professional awards. Erica is passionate about helping others to tell their stories. She continues to work with the woman and children in Kenya to bring a voice to survivors of gender violence and help find a solution for the devastation caused by the AIDS epidemic. She supports the For the Girls Program with Children of Strength to bring sanitary supplies the orphans. An avid world traveler, Erica is most happy with a camera on her shoulder and new places to explore.
A creative spirit from the start, Doug Logan has been drawing, painting, writing and making things with his hands from a very early age. Creating a profession from it seemed inevitable. A graduate of Art Center College of Design, Doug has now been a professional still photographer for 20 years and graphic designer for 16. He has worked in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco and his work has been published in many national award-winning ad-campaigns. He is a strong believer in giving and continually donates a portion of his time, talent and income to many charitable causes for people in need. Doug is also a member of several arts organizations that support the business and education of artists. He has the rewarding gift of being able to bring out the best in people and it shows in his work. His greatest passions are sharing real life moments with people, showing love and caring in everyday life and inspiring people to be good humans.
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