For over a decade, Tim has been managing the analog and digital media archives of film and video production studios, large and small. Once one of Northern Light's acclaimed and award-winning projects is completed, Tim meticulously cataloges and archives the assets in Northern Light's state-of-the-art, secure data storage system. When he’s not knee-deep in metadata, Tim can also be found in an editing suite. He's contributed to Northern Light programs such as Watkins Glen State Park, the Tennessee State Museum, and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Outside of work, he enjoys badminton, windsurfing, and long walks in the park.
Nicole joined Northern Light Productions in 2020, after graduating from Boston University’s film program. Her work at NLP has spanned across several different productions; she is always on her toes for whatever comes next. Nicole is passionate about storytelling and seeks to use editing as a means through which powerful messages can be cultivated and shared, spanning from untold histories to important conversations about social injustice, inequity, and more. At home, she enjoys taking care of her hundreds of houseplants, joined by a freshly brewed cup of coffee.
Since 1998, Tim Raycroft has been building a body of award-winning work for broadcast, museum, and independent productions. In 2008, Tim completed work on Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, an account of the country music legend’s seminal concert, which aired on PBS and screened at over 40 international festivals. Tim edited and co-produced the PBS production, Give Me the Banjo, an historical investigation of the instrument narrated by Steve Martin. Recently, Tim Co-Directed and Edited The Gospel According to Charlie and Nighthawks on the Blue Highway. His work in the non-fiction museum side includes acclaimed interpretive media for the Mob Museum, the Tennessee History Museum and the Mississippi History Museum. He holds a BA from Denison University and an MFA from Syracuse.
With over thirty years of post-production experience in the Boston area, John has had the opportunity to be involved in a wide and varied range of productions. Over the past decade, John has been a part of Northern Light's editorial staff and currently serves as Senior Editor. John is especially skilled in sound editing. Highlights of his work include editing JFK’s secret White House tape recordings for a 6-part program on the Cuban Missile Crisis and creating a 30-minute soundscape of a 1940s train station for the National World War II Museum.
Glenn has worked on a multitude of interesting live and post-production projects for more than twenty years. In 2016, he joined the Northern Light editorial team. Prior to that, he was an Editor at American Experience at WGBH Boston, where he worked on programs like the Emmy award-winning "JFK." His projects with Northern Light include telling the heartbreaking stories of First Nation Canadians, celebrating the contributions of U.S. military members, and The Last Speech, a documentary film centered around the last major speech John F. Kennedy gave before his assassination.