Tony Lee, Producer
Tony is an award winning film maker, television producer and owner of Sabana Films which produced The Cat that Changed America. In 2015, he won the Special Jury Award at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival for The Secret Life of Your House. Over his 25 year career, he has produced and directed many programmes in the science and natural history strand for a range of broadcasters. He spends his time between California and England, and has a special interest in big cats. For more information about Tony, check out his website at http://www.tonyleemoral.com.
Alex Rapaport, Camera
Alex is a marine scientist, biologist, conservationist and filmmaker. He’s worked on nature documentary projects for broadcasters such as Discovery Channel, BBC, IMAX, PBS, History Channel, and National Geographic as a scientific consultant, production manager, field producer and camera operator. Alex was born and raised in Texas, where he spent a lot of time outdoors in mountain lion country. For most of his adult life, he has lived in Florida and California, two places where mountain lion populations are being compromised by the urbanization of wild areas into densely crowded human developments. While Alex’s work focuses mostly on ocean conservation, it is no surprise that he has an interest in the story of P-22 and the proposed wildlife crossing. Anyone who understands ecology knows that all ecosystems are interconnected. For more information about Alex and his work, check out his website at http://www.alexrapaport.com.
Producer/Director. . . .Tony Lee
Director of Cinematography. . . .Alex Rapaport
Additional Photography. . . .Lance Jeffery
Camera Assistants. . . .Hanley Valentin, Colin Brown, Clark Moore
Editor. . . .Matt Ward
Online Editors. . . .Alex Berry & Richard Vaux
Dubbing mixer. . . .The Farm Group
Music. . . .Gianlucca Cucchiara
P22 photos credit. . . .Miguel Ordeñana