Mark has over two decades of experience leading multidisciplinary creative teams in the design and development of compelling interactive media for museums, zoos, aquariums, and sports venues. Mark specializes in using meaningful play and rich storytelling to create powerful learning experiences. Leveraging a variety of technologies, his unique projects have seamlessly blended digital media with tactile multimodal interfaces to engage visitors in surprising ways. Through reliable communication, Mark cultivates collaborative partnerships with clients and team members to deliver exceptional projects that center around a robust visitor experience. He holds a BA in Film Studies and Mass Communications from Rhode Island College.
Vinny joined Northern Light Productions in 2022 after completing his game development studies at Southern New Hampshire University. He is passionate about technology, software, media, and learning, and is excited to combine these passions in his work at NLP.
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.
After graduating from Bennington College in 2022, with concentrations in Film, Linguistics, Chinese, and Japanese, Joey joined Northern Light Productions in fall of the same year. Their previous work includes a number of short narrative and documentary-style films that they wrote, directed, shot, and edited. During college, Joey gained skills and experience in research and animation, as well as a TV credit on a PBS documentary series. Their two great passions are storytelling linked to culture in a variety of media, and languages. In leisure time, Joey likes watching good narrative content from all over the world in addition to studying and creating languages.
Bonnie is a Producer and Writer for museum exhibit media, television documentaries, and corporate videos. At Northern Light, she's worked on projects for the National World War II Museum,the American Writers Museum, the Western Reserve Historical Society, the Mob Museum, the Tennessee State Museum, and the University of Nebraska State Museum. She loves making complex historical and scientific subjects accessible and compelling for viewers, bringing stories to life with engaging narratives and creative visuals. Also a fiction writer, Bonnie brings a passion for drama and story structure to her work. She holds a BA in Semiotics from Brown University.
Hanah began working at Northern Light Productions as an animation intern in the fall of 2020 as part of her college curriculum, during which she worked on motion graphics for the Canadian Museum of History and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. She recently joined Northern Light Productions after graduating from Lesley University with a BFA in Animation & Motion Media and a minor in biology in 2022. With a deep fascination and enthusiasm for both animated storytelling and the natural world, Hanah loves to create unique pieces of animation that entertain and educate her audience.
Michelle joined Northern Light Productions in 2022 shortly after graduating from Tufts University. With an academic background in film and social and environmental issues, she is eager to combine her interests by using media to highlight important stories that incite meaningful change and inspire, educate, and entertain audiences. Michelle is passionate about film, sustainable development, breakfast, photography, cats, and making the perfect playlist.
Michela studied Sociology, Film Studies, and Linguistics at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and cut her teeth in the film industry working as an archival assistant on a Hulu-released true crime series and as a production assistant on-set of an HBO Max series. Since joining NLP as an Associate Producer in 2021, she has used her research and analytical skills working on projects including the Mark Twain Center for Transatlantic Relations in Germany and a film about Frederick Douglass for the National Parks Foundation. She especially enjoys the creative process of finding archival imagery and collaborating with a team to develop a project to the final edit.