Carlos Sandoval

Carlos Sandoval (Producer/Director) is the co-director/producer of the award-winning documentaries, "A Class Apart" (American Experience 2009, Imagen Award) and "Farmingville" (P.O.V. 2004, Sundance Special Jury Prize). A lawyer and writer, Sandoval's work has appeared in such publications as The New York Times and has been included in anthologies. His experience as a lawyer includes telecommunications and complex litigation. Prior to attending law school, Sandoval worked on immigration and refugee affairs as a member of the U.S. delegation to the United Nations, and as a program officer for The Century Foundation.

Peter Miller

Peter Miller (Producer/Director) has worked as a producer on several of Ken Burns's films including "The War," "Jazz," and the Peabody Award-winning "Frank Lloyd Wright." His own work includes the critically acclaimed documentaries "Sacco and Vanzetti," "The Internationale," and "Passin' It On." Miller was a producer on Barbara Kopple's Academy Award-winning "American Dream," and has worked on dozens of other historical and social issue documentaries. His latest film is "Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story." Visit Peter at

Aaron Vega

Aaron Vega (Editor) has edited many documentaries for PBS, including "John Audubon: Drawn from Nature" for PBS' American Masters, "Race to the Moon: The Apollo 8 Story" (American Experience), Ken Burns's "Jazz" (episode 6), and "Ram Dass: Fierce Grace" (PBS). Currently, Aaron Lives in Western Massachusetts, he owns a yoga studio with his wife Debra, is a City Councilor at Large in Holyoke, and edits video for the Media Education Foundation and other local organizations. Visit Aaron at

Edward James Olmos

Edward James Olmos (Narrator) is a renowned (Academy Award nominated) actor, director and social activist. Among his most memorable roles are Commander/Admiral William Adama in the Battlestar Galactica re-imagined series, Lt. Martin Castillo in Miami Vice, teacher Jaime Escalante in Stand and Deliver, patriarch Abraham Quintanilla in the film Selena, Detective Gaff in Blade Runner, and narrator El Pachuco in both the stage and film versions of Zoot Suit. In 2006, he co-produced, directed, and played the bit part of Julian Nava in the HBO movie about the 1968 Chicano Blowouts, Walkout.

Jordi Valdés

Jordi Valdés (Associate Producer) Along with being a published photographer and writer, Jordi Valdés has worked closely with some of the most compelling and relevant documentary filmmakers in the United States and the rest of the world, through his position at the Sundance Film Festival (2003-2010). Among other credits, he was a line producer for the documentary "The Long Green Line" (2008) and worked as an Associate Producer on "A Class Apart" which aired on PBS's American Experience, and on "Marina of the Zabbaleen" which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2008.

Allen Moore

Allen Moore (Cinematographer) has served as a director of photography for several of Ken Burns's historical films including "The Civil War," "Thomas Jefferson," "Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery," and "Mark Twain." Other DP credits include the award-winning films "Wild by Law," "The Donner Party," "The Way West," "Divided Highways," "The Harriman Expedition," the "New York" series, and the Peabody Award-winning "Monkey Trial."

Steven Schoenberg

Steven Schoenberg (Composer) is an award-winning composer/pianist whose talents cross into musical theater, classical compositions, film scoring, and children's music. His acclaimed recordings, "Pianoworks," "Three Days in May," and "Steven Schoenberg Live: An Improvisational Journey," are available on CD. Film scores include "Monica and David," (HBO in 2010); "A Class Apart"; "An Act of Conscience" (Showtime); and "Farmingville." Schoenberg has scored Emmy Award-winning films for other PBS series including NOVA and Smithsonian World. For children's television, he has composed songs for Sesame Street and scored films for ZOOM and the Children's Television Workshop.