CEO & CO-FOUNDER
A successful entrepreneur and Peabody award winning film producer, John is a leader in the creation and expansion of entrepreneurial companies and development of private and non-profit enterprises. John is the executive producer of over 150 short films, including the award winning ABSTRACTION, the New Copernicans web series and along with his brother Ed, is an executive producer of award winning documentaries including Hilla Medalia’s Muhi-Generally Temporary, After The Storm, Medalia’s Peabody Award winning To Die in Jerusalem, Heather Rae’s Showtime feature, Family:The FirstCircle, Laura Waters-Hinson’s As We Forgive, Dog Day’s and Mama Rwanda, Doug Block’s critically acclaimed 51 Birch Street and Dani Menkin’s Academy short listed 39 Pounds of Love. Other films include Craig Detweiler and John Marks’ cult hit, Purple State of Mind and Michael Hoffman’s Out of the Blue. John lives in Boise, Idaho with Terri, his wife of 39 years, and the couple has four grown children. John has a Masters of Arts in Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary where he was awarded the Brehm Center Distinguished Alumni Award in 2012 and has a B.S in Business Administration from the University of Colorado.