(2004 – Rah!)
I continue to work as a staff producer for OPB’s local history series, “Oregon Experience, “ and we’ve just wrapped-up our ninth season. My most recent projects include:
A one-hour profile of Oregon’s most productive – and most interesting – governor, the late Tom McCall.
A half-hour history of Astoria, Oregon, “the oldest continuously-inhabited town west of the Rocky Mountains.” (And a pretty cool place, too.)
A documentary on the life and times of Ken Kesey, small-town Oregon boy, best-selling author and icon of the Psychedelic 60’s. Four generations of Kesey family members contributed to this program. It’s a pretty neat show, in my humble opinion.
I’m now working a documentary history of the 80-year-old Oregon Shakespeare Festival, a world-class theater company in an unlikely location. Due to premier sometime in Fall, 2015.