Director Jack Fisher

Jack is a documentary producer and film editor specializing in creating videos for conservation organizations and nonprofits. Drawing from a background in renewable energy and geographic information science, his work is powered by his desire to understand the complex systems that define our natural world.

He has told stories for organizations such as The National Wildlife Federation Outdoors, Wyoming Wildlife Federation, The Scientific Exploration Society, Nature and Culture International, Harvesting Nature, Long Live the Kings, The Nature Conservancy, Marriott International, Friends of the Columbia Gorge, and The Columbia Land Trust, among others. When he’s not behind the camera or sitting at his editing bay, Jack is backcountry skiing on Teton Pass, reading from his ever-growing stacks of nature and adventure literature, or wandering around Wyoming’s sagebrush sea.

His life highlights include attempting (and failing) to cross Iceland on a human-powered and self-supported expedition, earning an MA in Multimedia Journalism from the University of Oregon, and traveling by public transportation from Morocco to South Korea on an 11,000-mile overland journey inspired by Paul Theroux’s The Great Railway Bazaar.

He is based in Wilson, Wyoming.