Todd Gould is a freelance writer,
producer and director who lives in Indianapolis, Indiana.
He is a 1988 graduate from Indiana University with a
degree in telecommunications and business marketing.
Todd has produced documentaries and features for PBS,
ESPN, the BBC, and The Learning Channel. He is a ten-time
Emmy Award winner and a six-time winner of the Indiana
Film Society Award for "Best Documentary."
He has been honored by the Heartland Film Festival as
a Crystal Heart Award winner for "For Gold &
Glory", which includes a national educational outreach
Web site initiative and historical book project.
As well, Todd has written numerous historical feature articles for regional, national, and international publications. He is the author of two books, Pioneers of the Hardwood: Indiana and the Birth of Professional Basketball, and For Gold and Glory, both published by Indiana University Press.