Emmy Award-winning producer/director Po Kutchins has worked in film and television for the past 12 years. She has produced, directed and edited documentary programs for HBO, National Geographic, Bravo, A&E and PBS, among others. Her work includes a feature documentary profiling a year in the life of a young man on death row; several hours following the group Doctors Without Borders on humanitarian operations in Africa, Asia and South America; and such acclaimed reality series as "Dog the Bounty Hunter" and "Family Plots." She received an Emmy in 2000 for editing the award-winning HBO film "Come Unto Me," which she also co-wrote. Kutchins is currently directing and producing a new documentary reality series "Parking Wars," for A&E.
Katie Galloway has produced, directed and reported more than a dozen hours of documentary television for PBS's Frontline series, California Public Television and CBS News. Her work received the Society of Professional Journalists' Best Documentary prize for the program "GunShots" (2001), a national Emmy nomination for Public and Community Service (also for "GunShots") and a national Emmy nomination in the investigative documentary category for the Frontline documentary "The Case for Innocence." Galloway has taught at Columbia University's School of Journalism and currently teaches at UC Berkeley.