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  • Jude Domski, Production Technician

    Jude is a multi-media artist living in South Burlington. As a theatre director, she created several documentary productions and collaborated extensively with playwrights on script development. As a photographer, she covered the gamut from Brooklyn softball fields to red carpets for Getty. Since returning to Vermont, she has been focusing on merging her background in performing arts and photography in video. 

  • Wendy Erikson, Production Technician

    Wendy has worked in television for over three decades, starting with shooting news in Boston.  After moving to Vermont to raise her three kids she started her own freelance business and works on a variety of projects. From outdoor shows and series on local PBS, documentaries, commercials, to mitigation videos for court. Although shooting and editing are her passion, her other roles include producing, directing, audio, and lighting. She loves the diversity of the job and meeting new and interesting people. 
VCAM staffer since 2015.

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  • Emilio Fornatora, Production Technician

    Emilio graduated from Champlain College in 2016 with a degree in filmmaking, and started working during his sophomore year of college. Since his graduation he has been working part-time gigs and freelancing in Connecticut. You will often catch him talking about video games, because he really REALLY loves them. In fact, he produces a show at VCAM about video games called The Home Button. Emilio is from all over the place and will most likely tell you he’s from a different state every time you see him. Twitter: @EmilioFornatora  Instagram:

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  • Ken French, Production Technician

    Ken has been working with sound and video all his life. He was initially drawn to audio production, working in Boston for twenty years as a composer, engineer and sound mixer. Since moving to Vermont twenty years ago he has broadened his skill set to include video shooting, editing, producing and directing. He loves working on projects that reveal the passions and talents of our local artists and musicians.

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  • Richard Gibbs, Production Technician

    VCAM staffer since 2018.

  • Matt Goudey, Digital Media Manager

    Matt started his film and television career in Los Angeles in 1997 and quickly learned that he had just as much passion for behind-the-scenes work as he did for acting. During his time at VCAM, Matt has been a production technician, the technology coordinator, and now the digital media manager, and continues to research, learn, build, and teach how to use the systems and equipment that we offer our community in order to create appealing and compelling video projects. Matt is extremely grateful for the opportunities and the support he is given by his management and co-workers, and is also grateful to be able to live within a few miles from VCAM with his wife, Elaine, and daughter, Greer.
 VCAM staffer since 2007.

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  • Eric Herz-O'Brien, Community Programming Manager

    Eric graduated from UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television because he wanted to be a novelist, and moved to Vermont because he'd heard it was nice. He manages VCAM's website and coverage of municipal government meetings, so if you have questions about either, please contact him. He has a Calvin and Hobbes strip for every possible situation. 
VCAM staffer since 2013.

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  • Athena Kafantaris, Production Technician

    Athena is a multidisciplinary artist currently focused on performance, video, puppetry, and costuming. She loves the way machines communicate and has a soft spot for analog gear, glitches, and interference. Her love of cables and connections began when she learned how to connect an Atari 2600. Her brother was the only one who knew how to hook it up and would disconnect it when he left the house so no one else could play. She's been crawling behind TVs and plugging things in ever since. VCAM staffer since 2018.

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  • Seth Mobley, Executive Director

    For over a decade, Seth has worked at VCAM helping citizens use digital media to provide insight into vibrant and diverse communities throughout Chittenden County. Seth also currently serves as Treasurer of the Vermont Access Network, and as Treasurer for the South End Arts and Business Association.
Twitter: @SethMobley
 VCAM staffer since 2006, VCAM Board Member 2006–2008.

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  • Joey Palumbo, Channel Coordinator

    Joey graduated from Champlain College with a degree in Filmmaking, and has been putting it to use as a director, writer, and producer of independent narrative films. An avid lover of movies, video games, and anything science fiction, Joey believes in telling stories that are worthwhile and fun. A born-and-bred Vermonter, Joey looks forward to working within a community of like-minded creators. Twitter: @donkeyclaws, Instagram: @bananafangs93
 VCAM staffer since 2016

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  • Bill Simmon, Director of Media Services

    Bill is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, and media educator living in Burlington's south end. He also teaches film and video at several local colleges. In addition, Bill has been recognized as a leader in new social media and is deeply committed to the democratization of media and technology and to the principles of free speech. Not to be confused with Bill Simmons.
 Twitter/Instagram: @BillSimmon
 VCAM staffer since 1997

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