P E T E R  G R O S Z

Peter has produced broadcast programs and video since 1993, beginning in Europe and returning to the U.S. in 2000. He has produced programming and documentaries for, among others, Czech Television, Nova Television (CZ), Premiera TV, Burson Marsteller, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and the EastWest Institute. His works have included documentaries on Georgian President Edvard Shevardnadze and Romanian President Emil Constantinescu, works on post-soviet society, and Central European culture. In Illinois, he has made work for Planned Parenthood, Red Cross, Lambda Legal, Polk Bros Foundation and many other services organizations. His personal profiles include works on Secretaries of Commerce William Daley and Penny Pritzker, New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, filmmaker Robert Rodriguez, liquor maker Owsley Brown II, and pioneering disability advocate Dr. Henry Betts. Corporate profiles include works about Abbott, Procter & Gamble, Kirkland & Ellis, and KPMG. Peter has an MA from Northwestern University and an MBA from the University of Chicago.


V I R G I N I A  K E L L E R

Virginia has been engaged in the making and teaching of digital cinema for many years. She has produced advocacy, promotional, and educational videos for organizations such as Center for Economic Progress, Mercy Housing Lakefront, and the Women in Public Service Project. Her documentary work includes an hour-long video about nonviolent resistance to the Occupation of the Palestinian Territories. Virginia has a Ph.D. from Northwestern University.