Bristol Baughan is an award-winning, freelance film director, producer and consultant. She became a TEDIndia Fellow in 2009 and will be participating in the State Department Documentary Showcase in 2010. She Executive Produced the Academy Award Nominated Documentary WHICH WAY HOME directed by Rebecca Cammisa and BY THE PEOPLE: THE ELECTION OF BARACK OBAMA alongside Edward Norton. She produced the feature documentary RACING DREAMS by Oscar Nominated director Marshall Curry. RACING DREAMS won the jury prize for Best Documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival 2009 and will be released in theaters in May 2010. The film has also been optioned by Dreamworks' Producers Steve Kurtzman and Bob Orci (STAR TREK and TRANSFORMERS). Baughan Executive Produced SON OF RAMBOW distributed by Paramount Vantage and now available on DVD. Film credits also include THE POWER OF THE GAME directed by Michael Apted to be released by National Geographic. Baughan Co-Founded Reason Pictures which later merged with GOOD Magazine in September 2004 to develop and produce content for people who give a damn. Bristol's experiences expand into the online video and literary spheres as she spearheaded the launch of GOOD's online video content in 2006 and co-wrote a novel called Sophia's Journey with her father Dr. David Baughan. Bristol served on a panel at the TED Conference in Palm Springs in 2009 as a Sci-Fi Channel "Social Visionary of Tomorrow" Fellow. She was also invited to participate in the United Nations Global Insight Summit at Jackson Hole in 2008. Baughan holds a B.A. in International Studies from the American University School of International Service and served under President Bill Clinton as a White House intern in the Fall of 2000. Bristol is currently writing a feature film for her directorial debut and studying art in Venice, CA.