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Dave Banks is an Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker. He’s traveled the world to bring back stories of expeditions, mountain climbs, archeological digs, adventure races, civil strife and war. In doing so he’s been shot at, chased by an army, lost in a landmine field (twice), rescued by helicopter after a climbing accident and lost in the Sahara Desert. Undeterred, Dave continues to follow his passion of pursuing the perfect image for stills and video.
Dave’s been nominated thirteen times for Emmy Awards and has won three Emmys, two International Monitor Awards and one ADDY Award for writing. His client list includes Mark Burnett Productions, Discovery Channel, Cosmo Studios, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX Networks, Warner Bros, History Channel, PBS, MPH Entertainment, Channel Nine Australia, London Weekend Television-UK, BBC 1 and 2 UK. NHK-Japan, German Television, and Canal Television-France.
He’s been an Executive Producer, Senior Producer, Country Producer and Director.Back to Top
Emmy-nominated producer Morgan Elliott is an adventurer and story-teller. She’s crafted an award-winning career from the most exotic and remote corners of the world through her production of documentaries and reality television.
Running her own production company for nearly twenty years, Morgan’s created TV series and documentaries for networks around the world including The Discovery Channel, The Outdoor Life Network, The Sports Network, NBC and the CBC.
She’s brought viewers face-to-face with survivors of land mine destruction in Cambodia and the survivors of a 12-day expedition race in the outback of Australia. She’s borne witness to the horrors of the illegal animal trade in the Philippines and the natural splendor of Argentina. A specialist in adventure television, she’s helped taken her audiences white-water rafting in Nepal, paragliding in Chile, mountain biking through the Canadian wilderness and racing through the desert of Morocco.Back to Top
Tom Magillʼs career in television began in 1993, editing local news for Philadelphiaʼs KYW TV. Magill spent two years there and earned himself an Emmy for Outstanding Individual Achievement. He then left to work for a New York Times company that produced documentary series. That was when Tom transitioned to shooting and gave up his role as an editor.
In 1997 Magill moved to Los Angeles where he began his career shooting Reality TV, starting with MTVʼs “Road Rules.” Magill spent the next eleven years traveling the world, working for every major network and cable outlet. Since then Magill has earned two more Emmy nominations for Outstanding Cinematography For Nonﬁction Programming. The shows Tom’s worked on include HBOʼs “Project Greenlight”, NBCʼs “The Apprentice”, Bravoʼs “Kathy Grifﬁn: My Life On The D-List” and NBCʼs “The Ofﬁce.” Magill recently finished shooting the ﬁrst season of Amy Poehlerʼs new NBC sitcom, “Parks And Recreation”.
In his spare time, Magill is a freelance helicopter pilot, helping local photographers capture aerial images for television shows and print work. Magill started his own aerial photography company in 2007, Skidmarks Aviation.
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